Interview Questions - How to Answer "What's Your Biggest Weakness?"
Everyone knows how to inflate their work persona and impress an interviewer when he asks, "What are your greatest strengths?" However, those same people dread the question about the greatest weaknesses. Interviewees fear telling the employer something that will cause them not to believe in their abilities. Therefore, they sometimes don't answer the question at all, which is the worst thing to do. Here are some ways to answer the question effectively...[ Continue Reading ]
How to Deal With Over-Competitive Co-Workers
Job settings are supposed to be harmonious and enjoyable. However, sometimes coworkers become overly competitive when it isn't called for. It may come from a sense of insecurity, or your coworkers might be threatened by you. They may feel that they have to compete with you constantly. The constant competitive nature of your coworkers might cause you stress. You can cope with the stress using these three strategies.[ Continue Reading ]
End Your Job Search Woes with Warehouse Jobs
With COVID-19 lockdowns and shutdowns ramping back up across the country, there is a lot of worry about jobs for the coming year. One area where the business is booming, regardless of lockdowns, is in warehouse jobs. As more people transition to online, rather than in-store, shopping, the demand for warehouse workers grows even stronger.[ Continue Reading ]
Dangerous Jobs Only a Thrill-Seeker Could Love
Every job poses some degree of risk. Even office workers could get electric shocks, infected paper cuts, and debilitating boredom. There are some jobs, that offer just enough danger to appeal to the inner thrill-seeker in all of us. For some of us, no other job could compare to these dangerous jobs that may even give the most avid adrenaline junkie pause.[ Continue Reading ]