Interview Questions & Tips

What to Write in a Post-Interview Thank You Note

What to Write in a Post-Interview Thank You Note

Recent studies suggest as many as 50% of candidates do not send a Thank You note after being interviewed. While this is a missed opportunity on their part, use this number to your advantage. Give yourself the edge over other candidates by promptly sending a Thank You note after being interviewed. Whether you choose to […]

Interview Postmortems: Questions You Should Ask Yourself After Every Job Interview

Unfortunately, nothing prepares your for a job interview like a another interview. This is why hiring experts recommend you interview as often as possible in order to prepare yourself for that dream opportunity – once it finally comes along. Get the Most Out of Your Last Interview Experience When auditing your most recent interview, it’s […]

Resume Help

Customize Your Resume for Today’s Job Search

Customize Your Resume for Today’s Job Search

The résumé that landed you a job five or ten years ago may no longer be as effective as it once was, especially if it was the “one size fits all” type. In order to conduct a successful job search, it’s essential that you custom fit your document to the targeted position and its challenges. […]

Choose the Right Words for Your Resume and Interview

Choose the Right Words for Your Resume and Interview

Sometimes choosing the correct words in your resume and during an interview can make all the difference. The words you use to express yourself say more about you than you think. In fact, your vocabulary and the use of appropriate words say more about you than the message you are trying communicate. You are judged […]

Job Search Help

Feeling Depressed About Your Job Search…DON’T.

Feeling Depressed About Your Job Search…DON’T.

If you’ve been in job search for more than a few weeks you may be experiencing the feelings of defeat and despair, not to mention the urge to give up. It’s been a tough year, and then some, for those who have lost jobs for whatever reason. Interviewing with no second interviews or offers coming […]

Figuring Out What Job is Right for You.

Figuring Out What Job is Right for You.

In trying to decide what type of job you really want, think about what is important to you. If you were to sign up with an online dating service the first task for you to complete would be to describe what you are looking for. “What you are seeking in a mate?” It makes sense. […]

Entry Level & Internships

Insurance Internship Opportunities

Insurance Internship Opportunities

There are a number of internship opportunities in insurance. Find intern jobs with an insurance company or agency in areas including marketing, claims and more. Internship Opportunities Available Now Internship opportunities for the summer are available now at

Loads of Insurance Actuarial Jobs in the United States

Loads of Insurance Actuarial Jobs in the United States

In the insurance industry, all financial calculations are done by actuaries. Actuarial jobs in insurance companies involve the calculation of insurance premiums to be paid by different customers and also define the logic behind such premium payments. If you have been into an actuarial job for some time, you know how

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Actuarial Employment Areas

Insurance Career Paths: IT Jobs

Insurance Career Paths: IT Jobs

IT support or IT management professionals should consider a career in the insurance industry. Insurance companies and insurance agencies have jobs available for Web developers, network systems, technology management and other IT support specialists. There’s never been a better time to find an IT support or management job in insurance.

Insurance Internship Opportunities

Insurance Internship Opportunities

There are a number of internship opportunities in insurance. Find intern jobs with an insurance company or agency in areas including marketing, claims and more. Internship Opportunities Available Now Internship opportunities for the summer are available now at

Videos

Video – Job Interview Boot Camp – Questions You Should Ask

Video – Job Interview Boot Camp – Questions You Should Ask

An important part of interviewing is asking question…make sure they are the right questions. Click continue to see video.

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Video – Do’s and Don’ts

Video – Do’s and Don’ts

Here is a great video on what “to do” and “what not to do” on an interview. Click continue to view the video.

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More Articles

What to Say Regarding Hard to Explain Aspects of Your Work History.

What to Say Regarding Hard to Explain Aspects of Your Work History.

Read this article if you might have trouble explaining why you were out of work, staying at home or are changing careers. Nobody’s perfect. But nobody wants to hear about your problems and baggage either. Especially in the job interview. Some people’s lives begin to sound like a Soap Opera because there have been so […]

Ace the Video Interview and Land that Actuarial Job

Ace the Video Interview and Land that Actuarial Job

It’s becoming more and more common for companies to conduct virtual interviews with candidates. Video interviews typically happen one of two ways – one-on-one interviews conducted in real time, where you answer questions via a live chat; or you record your answers to a series of questions. Whichever method you use, follow these tips to […]

Should I Quit My Job?

Should I Quit My Job?

Sometimes the decision to quit a job isn’t as clear as you’d expect. It could be months or years before you realize you’ve outgrown your role. Just like a relationship, its important to recognize when you’re dissatisfied and when its time to move on. You’re always stressed, angry or negative Let’s face it; we spend […]

Are You Really Prepared for that Job Interview?

Are You Really Prepared for that Job Interview?

As someone who has worked in the human resources industry for years, it always surprises me how few people actually prepare for interviews. After sitting in on more interviews than I could count, it has become glaringly obvious that most people would rather not do the work – a red flag in any hiring managers […]