Tagged in "interview"

Interviews with successful executives and top corporate culture influencers.

Six Priceless Lessons Job Interviews Taught Me

Ahmed Aribito Hassan
in Culture

The first time I went job hunting, I got the job. Here, in Nigeria, where I live and work, this is a hard thing to believe. I could hardly believe it myself. But most of all, the interview for that jo...

How To Make a Great First Impression

Ossiana Tepfenhart
in How To

Many people think they know how to make a great first impression, but still don't quite manage to wow recruiters at job fairs, networking events, and other major job venues. The reason why these peopl...

NYC Fashion Designer Turns Her Passion Into ZharaMichelle Clothing Line

Rich Monetti
in Buyer's Guide

Clothing lines typically have a high profile name attached to them, and aim to give the sense that the celebrity’s heart and soul goes into the design. That said, Zhara Fernandez isn’t exactly skippin...

Worst Job Application Mistakes To Avoid

Ossiana Tepfenhart
in Culture

The first step to getting a job is filling out a job application - and in theory, it should be easy enough. Whether it's a job application that involves sending in a resume, or a literally just fillin...

How To Tell If You're Not Getting the Job

Ossiana Tepfenhart
in How To

Getting a new job isn't easy, especially in today's economy. The most promising sign that things are going to work out in your favor is getting an interview with the company. For many people, getting ...

Things To Ask Before You Agree To A Job

Ossiana Tepfenhart
in Culture

Getting a hire offer is always a thrilling rush, but that doesn't always mean that it's the best thing for your career. In fact, accepting the wrong job can put your career (and life) into a tailspin....

What It's Like To Be: A Yogi

Rick Schwartz
in Culture

Kim Stetz has been practicing yoga for over 25 years; after a long and arduous journey, she opened her New York yoga studio Savasana Station in 2014. In a city that never sleeps, she explains why "yog...

What It's Like To Be A: Beauty Broker

Journal Staff
in Culture

Melinda Farina has a nose for beauty, and incidentally, she knows what makes a beautiful nose better than most. Known as The Beauty Broker in her industry – the Industry – she works as liaison between...

Interview with Bob from YouTube's "I Like to Make Stuff"

Jason Schwartz
in Entertainment

What if you could turn your passion into a career? Bob from "I Like to Make Stuff" was able to turn his dream into a reality; from custom tables to skateboards, this YouTube channel shows everyday people how they can make amazing projects. Jason: For the readers that aren't familiar with your work, what exactly do you do? Bob: I make stuff! Honestly though, it’s crazy. I get to make anything that is of interest to me and show other people how I did it. Some projects are small utility items for t...

Another Man's Bed

Books, Art, Fashion & Hip Hop
in Culture

BAFH: Please introduce yourself to the readers. SHA'REE: Hey I'm author Sha'ree, born and raised in a little town just outside of Flint, Michigan called Beecher. I'm a 33 year old mother of two, a fia...

How to Not Get Stuck

Barbara Kimmel
in How To

Did you know that working for a scandal-tainted company may impact your future earnings? The Harvard Business Review reported on the “Scandal Effect” in their September 2016 issue. Whether it’s your f...

What It's Like To Be A: Stop Smoking Expert

Rachel David
in Culture

Rocky Rosen doesn't care if you smoke; as long as you're comfortable with your cigarette addiction, more power to you. This seems a rather counterintuitive (and career-ending) approach for someone who...

What It's Like To Be A: Producer Of Play

Natasha Sydor
in Culture

Molly Sonsteng designs experiences that encourage adults to embrace the absurd. Armed with abundant experience in the education sphere (Sonsteng has a Masters in Educational Leadership, ran a preschoo...

DEED: The App That Makes Volunteering Easy

Rick Schwartz
in Culture

If the best inventions are indeed borne out of necessity, then DEED definitely fits the category. Volunteering in New York, like many cities across America, is a process filled with bureaucracy, trick...

What It's Like To Be A: Top Matchmaker

Rick Schwartz
in Culture

Brooke Wise was a rising star on Wall Street. Working at an esteemed financial institution with a degree from the prestigious Wharton School, she felt that something was missing. A kind and intuitive ...

Things You Should Never Do In an Interview

Leila Parker
in Culture

If you have reached the interview stage then your resume, cover letter and application have impressed the recruiter, and all that stands between you and a job is the interview. At this stage, it’s imp...