It is easy for us to get lost in the post-interview whirlwind of thoughts, but one thing that is important not to forget: once you step out of the interview room you are not entirely done with the interview.
Some of us are happy with our lives at the current moment; others are hoping the New Year may bring with it a new job, stronger relationships, a promotion, etc. Whatever you wish for in the New Year, here are a few tips for setting and achieving those goals.
“This is my wish for you: peace of mind, prosperity through the year, happiness that multiplies, health for you and yours, fun around every corner, energy to chase your dreams, joy to fill your holidays!” – D.M. Dellinger
An Army captain, skilled with foreign languages and trained to fly planes carrying personnel and cargo, wouldn’t be believed by most people to be lost in their career path.
Entering its 9th month in December, the V.E.T.S program has seen its share of ups and downs. Just like most programs in its early stages, the program is learning, adapting to the changes and continuing to grow.
In today’s competitive job market, surviving as a recruiter in this cut-throat industry can be tough; especially when now more than ever before when there is a low supply of jobs that are in high demand.
Sharp Decisions CEO Karen Ross was recently quoted in Business Insider’s article, “7 Things You Should Pay Attention To While Waiting To Be Interviewed”.
Wanting more stability for his growing family, Victor joined [the military] and went off to Fort Leonard Wood for Basic Combat Training. After that, it was off to Arizona to learn the ins and outs of intelligence analysis.
At Sharp we have been mostly thrilled at the feedback we have been receiving on our V.E.T.S program, a program which leverages the skill sets that veterans already have, while training them in specific QA Software Testing capabilities.
Sharp Decisions had there first ever bowling social last night at Frames Bowling Lounge in New York City.