There’s nothing wrong with loving Nicolas Cage (hey, we sure do). But when your appreciation for the notoriously eccentric actor starts creeping into your professional life, it might be time to admit you have a problem.
There are fewer high stress situations than a job interview. You’re being asked to endure intensely private scrutiny that a proctologist would find invasive and have to pretend to be interested in the boring speeches and conversation of a man who you will spend the rest of your life …
As kids, we typically had to listen to adults preach to us about how we needed to study hard in school to become doctors and lawyers. However, what they didn’t tell us is that it was possible to earn six figures doing other, more unusual work.
Finding a job is hard work in itself -- interviewing for a job is even more work to guarantee you get the job. You have to make sure you are fully prepared to impress your potential employer; find out the five most common mistakes made by an interviewee.