Ask a Recruiter: How Do I Make Sure I Get Noticed When I Find the “Perfect” Job?

You've found the "perfect" role and want to get noticed and hired. Not so fast: Before you can draw any conclusions, there are things to consider.

Ask a Recruiter: Does it Matter That I’ve Job-Hopped (a Lot)?

If your main resume concern is having held lots of jobs in not a lot of time, it may be helpful to have a story to explain your career path thus far.

Ask a Recruiter: How Can I Be Sure the Culture Is a Good Fit?

Weighing up offers? Preparing for interviews? Then you're going to want to know the company culture. Read this recruiter's advice on how to find the truth.

Ask a Recruiter: How Can I Use My Bartending Experience to Land a Full-Time Job?

There's always a way to find transferable experience, even if you're talking about part-time jobs. Our resident recruiter explains how to do it.

Ask a Recruiter: How Do I Convince Employers to Overlook My Resume Gap and Hire Me?

If you're job searching and concerned about your resume gaps, there are a few ways you can prepare to show hiring managers you're serious and ready to work.

Ask a Recruiter: How Do I Convince Future Employers to Pay Me More?

Your previous pay shouldn't determine your future salary, even if you're switching industries. A recruiter explains how to negotiate for more money.

Ask a Recruiter: Is it Too Late to Change Careers at 33?

It's never too late to try something new. If you've been struggling to get through the days in your current industry, this advice will help you make a change.

Ask a Recruiter: Why Does Everyone Keep Saying I’m Not the Right Fit for the Job?

Job searching's a lot of work and hearing that you're not "the right fit" can get annoying. But there are four things you can do to show you are.

Ask a Recruiter: How Can I Figure Out a Career Path When I’ve Had So Many Jobs?

Just because you have a diverse range of work experiences, it doesn't mean you haven't been learning and making yourself into a marketable hire.

Ask a Recruiter: Are Chronological Resumes Still Important These Days?

If you want your resume to catch the eye of hiring managers, you need to follow the standards: It should be one-page and in chronological form.