The year is ripe with opportunity, as college kids prepare for interviews in hope of finding their first real job after graduation or as adults in their current jobs explore what else might be out there. However, the competition is also steep, so you have to zone into what managers want and highlight it in your resume, cover letters, and interviews. After digging into the pool of information gathered from my experiences and the experiences of those in my broad network of friends and professionals, I gained helpful insight on how others can increase their chances of landing or acing an interview with companies such as Google, Roto-Rooter, Target, Re/Max Real Estate, Lockheed Martin, Morgan & Morgan, and more.
It doesn’t matter whether you are 4, 24 or 54, the concept of learning should be as exciting and as thrilling as ever. While as a 14 year old, you may have stared out of the window daydreaming about your favorite boyband or your upcoming trip to the cinema with pals at the weekend while your teacher was trying to teach you the joys of trigonometry, now that you are a little bit older the thought of learning new things holds your interest for a lit longer. You love the idea of learning something new every day to keep your brain in gear and to help you understand the wonder of the world.
Learning doesn’t have to be sitting in class, reading loads or attending university. Learning comes in all different shapes and sizes. Venturing onto the Internet, stumbling across a blog and reading about lifelong learning is, in itself, learning!