In preparation for a job interview you most likely spend a majority of your time thinking about one thing; questions. While many job seekers study, practice and research questions that interviewers typically ask and how to best respond, many don’t spend any time at all on the other questions that matter. The ones […]Continue Reading →
Anyone in the predictive maintenance and reliability engineering fields can know how difficult the first face-to-face interview can be. You’ve made it through the rounds of call backs and phone screens and now you’ve landed the interview. If you’re nervous and anxious to begin with, knowing what to say and what not to say during your interview can be […]Continue Reading →
Okay — so we all know that there’s a staggering amount of web apps out there. It’s almost overwhelming when you think of how nearly every facet of our lives has an app built around it. Although the five following apps were origionally compiled into the story 5 More handy Web Apps to Save You Time At Work […]Continue Reading →
Here at Nextup Careers we blog a lot about the interview process. Well, of course we do! It’s our job to provide you useful information that can help you with your job search in the predictive maintenance and reliability engineering fields. That’s why, with summer on the way, we thought it might be timely […]Continue Reading →
“It’s often advised that looking for work should be treated like a full-time job—that job-seekers should literally devote eight hours a day, five days a week to their job searches.” Unfortunately, devotion alone does not translate to success. Landing the ideal job means doing much, much more…
Lost in the job search discussion are the […]Continue Reading →
On Anita Bruzzese’s webiste, 45 Things, she recently wrote a blog, 4 Tips for Doing Well in a Surprise Phone Interview, that should be a must-read for anyone who is actively interviewing for positions.
If you’re job searching in the reliability engineering or predictive maintenance field you’re most likely familiar with the first […]Continue Reading →
So, how’s your resume looking these days? OK, be honest. Don’t go easy on yourself.
Alison Green wrote an awesome article recently, 10 Mistakes You’re Making on Your Resume that will tell you right now what you need to do to improve your resume, and your chances of getting hired. Regardless if you’re […]Continue Reading →
We’re seeing an alarming number of personal websites cropping up across the web and it makes one wonder – are they effective while job hunting?
The question begs to be asked – does someone who has a website solely to aid job hunting get more bites on a resume or application to a job than […]Continue Reading →