You've submitted your resume, and you just got off the phone with a recruiter. Congratulations, you've made it to the interview stage - now what? Preparing for the interview is the next step in the job search process, and depending on your experience and how comfortable or uncomfortable you are in these types of situations, this step can be pretty intense, or pretty simple. Either way, interviews can be nerve-racking, and rightfully so - your next step in life could be determined by one conversation! The best way to land that job is to be prepared. We've put together some dos and don'ts to help you get there.
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Bryan Boedeker has always been a creative person, something he attributes to his creative parents. While working in a nursing home he felt unfulfilled. He began creating flyers for friends and always had various music projects going for fun. He still felt like he needed more. That's when he took the plunge and entered into Specs Howard's Graphic Design program. "It was a test, like do I really want to do this?" Bryan said of the course. It turns out he did, and he was able to use his creative drive to help him land a job at Fathead in Detroit.
By Tom Profit Does it really matter how well you speak to someone? With the use of the abbreviated language of text messages and Twitter, conversating, and other modernizations of words in our world today, does anyone really care about the proper use of language?
I read articles every day filled with gloom and doom about "radio's dead" and marvel at how often I've heard this over the last 50 plus years I've been involved with it. Well, lemme tell ya some radio history.