We all know how stressful it is to get #Hired. It’s often a long process and can sometimes end with a disappointing result. As difficult as it is to try to put yourself into an employer’s shoes, being a candidate who is applying to countless jobs and going through many application and interview processes, it can be beneficial to hear some of the problems that employers face when picking the right candidates.
Quantity of applicants.
Good talent is hard to …
Last week, we talked LinkedIn, but now our focus is Handshake. Have you heard a lot about Handshake, the hub for Bentley students to connect with employers and directly apply for roles? It’s very new, so don’t worry if you haven’t, but definitely look into creating an account and logging on… today!
A handshake used to be the ultimate professional ice-breaker. Networking with employers at a career fair? Better practice your handshake first. Beginning an interview? Say your name and …
The remote setting has changed the way that we perceive one another- this is consistent even when job hunting! During the application and interview process for any role, it is extremely important to present yourself in the best light possible. The virtual setting adds an extra layer of complexity, but Handshake Blog’s post offers 3 valuable tips from a Cushman & Wakefield Campus Recruiter.
Find more information on Bentley’s Handshake site.
Developing a skill-set is something that you do during every Bentley class, as well as in most of your other activities. This is also something that you do not have to depend on Bentley or anybody else for, as you can easily practice these ten skills that I brainstormed while reading this article on qualities that professionals must have.
Make a budget or a grade-calculator for your classes via Excel. Explore different features of Excel and brush up on your …
How to build your network for job opportunities later on!