Job Hunting Tips
How to Build Instant Rapport in an Interview
Job seekers who don’t get a call back after an interview often wonder where they went wrong.
One factor, new research shows, has a larger-than-expected impact on the outcome—the job seeker’s ability, within the first few minutes of a meeting, to spark an elusive form of interpersonal chemistry called rapport.
How do you forge a quick connection with a stranger? Bartenders, retail employees, stand-up comedians, and police investigators do it routinely, and researchers have studied their techniques.
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- 6 Secrets of Great Resumes, Backed By Psychology
- How to Survive an Interview Over a Meal
- Chinese College Graduates Play It Safe and Lose Out
- Social Seal of Approval Lures Talent
- Didn't Get the Job? You'll Never Know Why
- Prestigious People and the Power Words
- 5 Things I Look for in a Great Job Interview
- Eight Things You Should Never Say in a Job Interview
- Job Hunting Make In-Person Connections
- Preparing for an Interview
- Resume Writing Tips
- Interview Follow-Up
Silicon Valley Private Bus Service Gets More VC Funding
In the wake of Uber's rapid growth and swelling market cap, other companies have rushed to rethink aspects of urban transportation. One of them is Chariot, a startup that's offering a new way to survive the daily commute by running 14-passenger vans across San Francisco on five set routes during the morning and afternoon rush. Rides cost between $3 and $5 apiece, and passengers can book from their smartphones and use mobile apps to monitor the location of the vans in real time. And, of course, coming in May, the buses will include onboard Wi-Fi.
- Math and Science Pay, But High Schoolers Care Less
- San Francisco Beating Silicon Valley With Growth in Jobs
- People Don't Leave Companies -- They Leave Leaders!
- Recent College Grads Lack Professionalism
- Want to Kill Innovation at Your Company? Go Public.
- Thriving During Your First 90 Days at Your New Company
- Your Co-Workers Might be Killing You
Good Career Choices
19 Changes to Make in Your 20s to Set Yourself up for Lifelong Success
If How you spend your 20s is hugely important for determining who you'll become — personally and professionally — in the future.
In fact, one psychologist calls this time period the "defining decade," since it sets the stage for the rest of your life.
We understand that might sound intimidating. To reduce some of the pressure, we put together a road map of sorts based on several Quora threads on how to make the most of your 20s.
Find out what you should start (and stop) doing in your 20s to lay the foundation for lifelong success.
- The College Majors That Make the Most Money
- Don't Lie on Your Resume
- The Next Silicon Valley is Probably Going to be….Silicon Valley
- Silicon Valley is the Only Relevant Market for Venture Capital
- A Smart Investor Would Skip the M.B.A.
- Why You Shouldn't Take a Counteroffer
- Small Firms, Big Options
- What to do if a Headhunter Calls
- Are Start-ups Right for Me?
- The Next Best Career Move: Actually Moving
- Reasons For Not Accepting A Counter Offer
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