How to Get an Engineering Job Without Experience

Four people facing away, writing engineering formulas on a board.

The job market can be difficult for engineering graduates who don’t have any professional experience. Navigating the engineering world is an acquired skill and not necessarily one that is taught in even the best universities. Here are some of the best tips, tricks, and insider knowledge from the engineering world on how to get an… Read more »

How to Write a Resignation Letter (With 3 Examples)

How to Write a Resignation Letter (With Examples)

What is a Resignation Letter? A resignation letter is an official notice to your company that you are going to be leaving, either handwritten or an email. In this article, we cover what you need to know about how to write a resignation letter when to write one, and what kind should you use for… Read more »

5 Body Language Tips For Your Interview

5 Body Language Tips

Do you have an upcoming job interview? Congratulations! Everyone suggests to “watch your body language” but what does that mean? We break it down in five easy and simple tips to make sure you ace your next job interview! Don’t Do Direct Eye Contact Many people find direct eye contact as too aggressive. Look at… Read more »

“What Kind of Work Environment Do You Prefer?” Interview Question

What kind of work environment do you prefer?

Your work environment can determine whether or not you enjoy your job. Companies and their hiring managers are looking for two important parts of any candidate they hire: first the ability to be able to do the work and well, and the ability to thrive in the company-specific culture. This is why you’re being asked… Read more »

7 Tips for Job Searching When You’re Working

Job searching when you're working

Job searching when you’re working can feel daunting. After all, wasn’t it hard enough to get this job? Others have done it and you can, too! Sometimes it’s time for a change, but to do so means being strategic in your search. Here are our top tips for finding – and landing! a new position… Read more »

How to Handle a Gap on Your Resume

How to address a gap on your resume

Have you got a gap on your resume? Maybe you took time off to take care of an ailing parent, or go back to school, or travel the world, or to take care of your children. Whatever that reason, you can feel like your job hunt is going to be much harder than if that… Read more »

3 Easy Ways to Stand Out At Your Job

It’s hard to stand out at your job is the same as many other people at the same company. This makes it harder to get a promotion, and this is even more difficult if all of you are working on the same project or all vying for one permanent or promoted position. So what can… Read more »

10 Best Tips for Changing Careers

Dread the thought of another day at your current job? Envying someone else’s line of work? If you just can’t stand the thought of going back there, check out all of our steps to make sure changing careers goes as smoothly as possible.   Decide! Figure out which part of your job you can’t stand… Read more »

 5 Most Important Phone Interview Tips

Why a Phone Interview? Why do managers ask for phone interviews? Phone interviews are used to narrow down the number of applicants who will be interviewed in person. If you get a phone interview, you need to know that making it to an in-person interview isn’t definite. You need to earn that in-person interview! Here’s… Read more »

6 Top Resume Mistakes That Could Cost You the Job

6 Top Resume Mistakes That Could Cost You the Job

Resume mistakes are one of the easiest steps to avoid, but they still happen! Are you sure you’ve done all the steps? Some may seem obvious, but we wouldn’t remind you about them if they weren’t important. Go through this shortlist now and make sure your resume is up to the standards!   You Didn’t… Read more »