Career questions tagged employer
What to say when reaching out connections on Linkedin?
THANK YOU FOR TAKING THE TIME TO ANSWER MY QUESTION! Context: I came across a job posting in "X" department I'd like to apply and I know someone who works at that company in "Y" department. I understand that X & Y departments work closely together. I want to gain more insights about the role / company culture / & advice for interview preparation. I wonder how to start the conversation (straightforward yet polite) because I haven't connected with him for months. TIPS? #strategy #networking #career #jobapplications #linkedin #careercoaching #technology #employer #interview Thank you so much !
What are the tasks and responsibilities Real Estate Agents have?
I am a high school senior wanting to become a real estate agent. I wanted to know an in depth what the responsibilities and tasks are so I could maybe prepare myself before actually becoming a real estate agent. #business #real-estate #employer #realtor #economics #housing #estate #help #focus # #pro #ceo #marketing
Must your previous volunteer positions be relevant to job application?
Are employers interested in the type of volunteering you? By this I mean, do employers want people that have volunteered in activities that are directly relevant or related to the jobs they are applying for? (specifically jobs in business/management)Or can any volunteer experience help when applying for jobs? #volunteering #business #job-applications #job-skills #employer
What's the number one thing employers in the sports industry look for in potential employees?
Interested in possibly pursuing a job in the sports industry and know it's a hard field to succeed in quickly. #sports #sports-agent #employer #sports-industry #sports-executive
What is a skill that many people need to improve on?
Employeers, bosses, hiring officals, etc. When you don't hire someone what is a common weakness that a person has that makes you not want them in your company. What is something that a lot of people have in common that they should work on ? #skills #employer #common
What qualities of a person do employers look for when interviewing?
Since there are so many people who apply for jobs, what makes a person stand out? What catches your attention or makes you want them as part of your workforce? I am referring to entry-level jobs specifically, but I believe that there are qualities of a person that can get them hired at all levels of work. #business #interviews #employer
What are some important things to do post-internship?
Now that an internship is over, what can I do to make sure I make the most out of it? How do I keep contact with my employers to make sure they are still in my "network"? #high-school #internship #employer
Academic achievements and real-life experience, which is more important?
I can probably say that I am good at academy, but I merely have real-life experience. Some of my friends always tell me that no matter how high GPA I have, without work experience, it is impossible to find a satisfied job after I graduate from college. However, I don't think so, and it doesn't make sense at all because without knowledge, how can you find jobs and in what reasons, the employer will hire you? #professor #counselor #recruiting #employer
What are some dos and don'ts for an intern's first week at work?
What are some good habits, skills, and appreciations that are great to show your employer on the first week? How do you impress them, and how can I do well without causing any problems? What are some of your tips? and what mistakes have you made or has an intern made that you would recommend not to do? #intern #employer
What happens if I get a college degree, but have no experience outside the classroom?
I ask because this because I am a full-time student, spending all my time on class work, but do not know if employers will look for something else besides a degree from me. #graduate #employer