Source: MASHABLE - Let’s be honest: When it comes to applying for jobs, the “it can’t hurt” benchmark is often the deciding factor over whether or not to do something. Sending a cover letter? It can’t hurt. Finding your interviewer on LinkedIn? It can’t hurt. Sending a thank-you note? It can’t hurt.
Or can it?
Source: MASHABLE – The holidays — and all the credit card debt that accompanies them — are right around the corner, and companies are ramping up their seasonal hiring. If you’re wondering how to balance your budget during holiday spending, a part-time seasonal job may be just the solution. And while retail still dominates the seasonal job market, there’s more of a variety in seasonal and holiday jobs than ever before — the trick is knowing how to find and land the best seasonal job for you.
Below are a few ways you can ensure that you find the right fit when it comes to seasonal employment.
SOURCE: QUORA – Disclaimer: This advice is not for technical interviews. If you’re preparing for software interviews, go read Programming Interviews Exposed.
These following points are relevant for product management, investment banking, or consulting sort of interviews.
Source MASHABLE – This question originally appeared on Quora.
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