When hiring what do employers look for
About to become a junior in college
When hiring do employers look for the people with the most experience or are they looking for younger people right out of college?
Want to know because after college I want to what employers are really looking for.
This is still hypothetical for me personally because I have an interview for both companies on the same day next week. However, I am anxious about every aspect of this. I have already had my preliminary phone interview with both companies and I am a bit more confident with both. The best case scenar
What are the best internships in Atlanta for someone who is looking into marketing?(i am in high school )
i would love to major in marketing
Servant leadership is the idea of serving others out of love instead of ego and expecting nothing in return. Is this an effective leadership style? I'd like to think so. Does this work in management?
According to a little homework I've done, reading online about what it takes to become an entrepreneur, you don't need to have a fresh, or ground-breaking idea to become a rich entrepreneur (Wal-Mart, Starbucks). I would like to do something that correlates with my passion for all things good for pe
Does it considered as a rather new industry in the society? Can this industry still be developed in the coming decade? Are there too many people entering this profession these days?
I am currently majoring in Marketing. I am planning to do summer internships. Should i apply for other types of internships (like finance or sales) other than marketing? or should i just stick to marketing internships? If i should apply for others, what internship should i apply for that would help
I want to kind of work on both sides of marketing. Such as the creative side and the number side. I originally had a minor in art studio to be able to take some graphic design classes but that doesn't fit with my schedule. Do you think a double major in those two areas will help along with learning
I'm interested in learning more about how many resumes I can have.
Which all subjects are required to find a job in the field of marketing? And is there any job in the commerce field which does not require math?
I'm new to this website, but I hope I can expect an answer soon :) My question is: In future, i want a job that does not require math, and im studying in the commerce field so i cannot do anything based on science. I find math really hard and I think it would be better off without math in 11th.
It is an interest of mine because it seems pretty creative, but also business oriented.
“The world is in perpetual motion, and we must invent the things of tomorrow... Act with audacity.” – Madame Clicquot. I'm starting to become less risk averse and I may drop out or take a leave of absence from college because I hate it. I know it's easier to get a job with a degree but it is possibl
I want to know important things about gaining more money.
I am a student at San Jose State. I just recently started on the advertising staff of our newspaper the Spartan Daily. My job is to cold call local businesses and have them place ads in the paper. I am comfortable talking on the phone so that is not a problem. However, I would love to learn some met
Hey! Just wondering what one thing you would want to change about your job. Would it be the workplace? The hours? The pay? The dress code? Coworkers? What would it be? Thanks in advance for answering, I appreciate it!
What one piece of advice would you want to tell your younger self? Would it be something about jobs and careers, losses and struggles, life and love? What would it be?
What college courses should I take to start a Medical/Recreational Cannabis and Hemp Cultivation and Distribution Business.
I am a High School Graduate and am wanting to pursue a career in medical cannabis and hemp cultivation and I was wondering if its possible to take Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Writing, Finance, Foreign language, and a Business Degree? Im interested in running my own cultivation and distribution site
What do you think? Thank you in advance!
Hello, I am a recent graduate and I have various skills in design, media, research, and web. Despite this, I am a beginner within all of these fields and I can't tell which career I should enter into or how. A lot of these jobs require a lot of experience. While I am very good and a hardworker, I do
What matters more when it comes to applying to graduate school, the number of class you have taken or experience?
I am a Junior at Queens College
How is best to make your resume stand out when applying for a job or internship? Should your skills or education go on top.
I am Junior in Queens College majoring in Psychology with a minor in Honor Business and Liberal Arts.
I recently came across a small cafe near my home;it's nice, comfy, and sells good Coffee. The cafe is new (4-5 months) and is having trouble bringing in business ,I offered to help them market their store and they agreed. I only have the most basic understanding of what advertising means .
What businesses/organizations do you all feel need help expanding their advertisements through social media?
I'm in need of insight on where to help and where to look/intern.
I am currently entering my sophomore year of college, and right now my major is International business but I want to specialize in International marketing. Currently I do not know what I want to market but I'm in-between the hotel industry and doing something in technology.
Hi . I am really concerned about my future at the moment. I have always wanted to do something in the Communication Science/Media field but I have learnt that it's contaminated right now. I'm confused. I am thinking of doing something in Law.
I'm asking because I don't know what to do . I need to know ASAP because I'm choosing subjects at school and I'm really confused. I'm bad at math but I'm sticking with pure math because I believe it opens more doors in University so I'll try it but I'm scared . I'm a very good speaker and a good wri
I had a video interview before, and I was dressed extremely business professional. The interviewer only told me I didn't have to dress professionally since it was a video chat. I would like to know the appropriate dress attire you all would recommend?
Looking for jobs I see both of these terms used constantly, but is there actually a difference?