Evaluating Compensation Packages
Sometimes, the highest salary isn’t the best overall offer. Learn how benefits packages can add up to significant value for employees. Use this checklist to ask potential employers about health insurance, deferred income benefits, disability, leave time, work hours, professional development, and more.
How to Write a CV
What's the difference between a resume and a CV? They vary based on focus, format, length, and purpose. In the United States, the CV is used almost exclusively when pursuing an academic position; it reflects the developments in a faculty–researcher's career and should be updated frequently.
Be the STAR of Your Interview
You got the interview! Now, it's time to ace it. Use the STAR technique to answer interview questions with confidence. Prepare for the interview by considering specific examples of times in which you displayed the skills required for the job—check out our sample response to help you get started.
Navigating the Offer
You ace the interview and get a call or possibly an on the spot offer for the job. You want to leap to a yes but make sure you know what you are signing up for. Use these tips to help you accept your offer with confidence.
7 Tips to Help You Get the Most Out of a Career Fair
Interviews can be intimidating and the only time you get to exercise your skills is when you’re sitting across the table from the hiring manager. Career fairs, however, can offer an opportunity to interview for jobs and practice your networking and interview skills in a low-pressure environment.
What Employers Are Finding on Social Media
Social media allows you to connect with friends, family, and colleagues, but it can also share unintended information with employers. Discover what employers are finding on social media and what steps you can take to protect yourself.
Your salary is affected by more than just your work and qualifications—market and organization factors also can influence your pay. Understanding supply and demand for labor, geographic location, employment setting, organizational profitability, and more can help you negotiate better wages. #slpeeps #audpeeps #aud2b #slp2b #salary #jobs #money
Every Question You Have About The Interview Process—Answered | The Everygirl
10 Questions You Have About the Job Search—Answered
Now the final part in the interview series. In case you missed the first two parts, you can read Part 1 and Part 2 here. You know how to prepare for the interview and some of the behaviors to use during the interview. In part 3 I’m going to teach you how to give a …
Fun Ways to Promote Yourself and the Professions this BHSM
When it comes to promoting the professions to the public at large, Better Hearing & Speech Month (BHSM) is the main event. May is also a time when the larger community—media, consumers and allied professionals—are primed to receive information about our work.
SLP Job Interview Questions
Because we're moving this summer, I've been interviewing for jobs like crazy lately. Over my spring break, I had, I kid you not, 7 interviews in 3 days. I've also had 2 formal phone interviews, which are just as stressful as in-person interviews, or maybe more so, because phone interviews remove the body language and facial expression cues that can sometimes help set everyone more at ease. Anyway, I was recently telling my graduate student intern about my interviews, and it occurred to me…
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Checking You Out: How DO Recruiters Use Social Media? [Infographic] - The Savvy Intern by YouTern
By now you're likely aware: recruiters use social media to screen potential candidates. In the most recent survey on the matter, 91% of recruiters said they screen candidates through social media. With that in mind... have you ever wondered how and why recruiters use social media in their screening processes? If not, perhaps you should...