A Millennial Job InterviewAdmit it: You check Google, Facebook, Twitter and grill mutual friends before going on with somebody. Smart job candidates do the same thing. So make sure you pass the job-search stalking test by Googling yourself. Purge social media of anything suspect — or at least turn up your privacy settings — and start adding pictures and posts that make you seem like the kind of person someone would want to work with. For example, you might add keywords from the job description to your LinkedIn profile and tweet news relevant to the position. Interviews are the same. Some people have that one suit that works for every occasion.
What can you live with, and what can you live without?
Both questions should be asked when negotiating a new job and choosing the right partner. For example, if the job pays well, but there is minimal work-life balance, can you live with that?
“The pure volume of daters [in the city means] you have to sift through them similar to interviewing a ton of candidates for a job,” says Dandan. Buddy, if a date ever feels like that, save you and the other person some time and end it as fast as possible. You don't have life to waste and.
In love, if he fits all your physical requirements but travels every month for work, is this someone you can be involved with? This is probably the most important tip when it comes to dating and job interviewing. Share Facebook Pinterest Twitter Tumblr.If Dating Was Like an Interview Me: always self-employed.
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Below she shares six ways to date like a recruiter. Scroll through their social media An easy way to start filtering out your prospective matches is to comb through their social media: Instagram and LinkedIn.
From the outset, whether it's a first date or an interview, there's a mix of euphoria, anxiety and a thousand “what ifs.” And keeping all those things in check can be. You've changed your outfit three times, practiced in front of the mirror and Googled as you can before you meet so you'll know your date's not an ax murderer. So what if we took some of the employment interviewing tactics recruiters use and applied them to dating? According to licensed clinical psychologist Dr. Seth.
Grab coffee, not dinner Instead of investing in a multicourse meal or a round of drinks on a first date, meet your match for some coffee or matcha. Ask strategic questions First dates are not the time to beat around the bush. Instead, ask open-ended questions so they can express how they truly feel.
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