Articles by Green, Alison
Whoever said 80 percent of success is just showing up wasn’t thinking about job interviews.
Interviewers don't want to hear a cliché answer to this question, so make sure you prepare accordingly.
The best thing you can do to prepare for a job interview is to practice your answers to the questions you’re most likely to be asked.
It’s not enough to simply get an internship–you also need to impress the employer during your time there.
Here's some advice on handling interview questions about your family, religion, race, and more.
Making a referral has its benefits, but it also has the potential to reflect poorly on you.
Following up in the right manner is crucial, because following up poorly can be an application killer.
In your excitement over receiving an offer, don’t forget to evaluate the opportunity with a critical eye.
You're not the only one who doesn't want to spend a few hours eating frosted cookies and cheese balls with your co-workers.