Kettle Falls, WA, August 21, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Back to school? More like back to job-hunting for many people, according to leading career site Quintessential Careers.
"It's always a good idea to work on improving your job-hunting skills, even if you are not actively seeking a new job," states Quintessential Careers founder Dr. Randall Hansen, adding: "And for those job-seekers actively seeking a new job, the fall offers one of the best times to find new employment."
Quintessential Careers provides the answers to all the following questions with several new article and features:
What's the best method to prepare for job interviews? What strategies can job-seekers use to sell their candidacy to employers? What types of questions can job-seekers expect in job interviews? What types of questions should job-seekers ask in interviews? How can job-seekers wow employers in the interview? Why are post-interview thank-you notes important?
Career expert, author, and creative director at Quintessential Careers Dr. Katharine Hansen offers an innovative approach -- the TARZO Job Interview Sales Process for Job-Seekers -- to help job-seekers sell themselves in the interview. URL: http://www.quintcareers.com/job_interview_sales_process.html
Another article, by Dr. Randall Hansen, discusses five ways and tactics to assure job-seekers have a successful interview. URL: http://www.quintcareers.com/successful_job_interview.html
Also new to the site is a question-and-answer feature with interviewing and career expert Vicky Oliver, author of <i>301 Smart Answers to Tough Interview Questions</i>. URL: http://www.quintcareers.com/career_experts/Vicky_Oliver.html
Oliver also adds to the featured content with an article designed to help recently hired workers avoid common blunders, such as arriving late, using social media, correcting a supervisor, and sharing inappropriate humor. URL: http://www.quintcareers.com/first_day_on_job.html
Finally, there is also an article for those college students heading back to campus -- stressing the need to gain as much experience as possible while in school. The article lists multiple ways that students can gain additional experiences, skills, and accomplishments to help beef up their resumes.
About Quintessential Careers: For more than 15 years, this comprehensive career development site has been empowering job-seekers of all ages find their ideal careers and jobs. With more than 5,200 pages of content --
from articles, quizzes, and tutorials -- Quintessential Careers offers visitors no-cost content that can improve their lives.
About Randall S. Hansen, Ph.D.; Randall Hansen is the founder and publisher of Quintessential Careers, and has been involved in the career industry for more than 20 years.