If you are looking to embark on a new healthcare career or make the switch to a position with better hours and higher earning potential, Medical and Billing Coding Specialists are in high demand in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. CCI’s medical billing and coding program can put you on the fast track to a career […]
Tag: Job Interview
How to Prepare for an IT Interview
You’ve done the work! You completed hours of coursework, passed your exams, and received your certification. Congratulations! Your next step is preparing for your first job interview in the Information Technology industry. Not all job interviews are created equally though, so we asked an expert in the field for some tips and best practices when interviewing for an IT position. Oswald Luraghi is a Master Practice Principle for Hitachi Vantara, a data storage systems […]
7 Ways to Manage Shyness
True story – Once upon a time there was a very shy 14-year-old candy-striper who volunteered in a hospital gift shop. She was so shy that when anyone she didn’t know spoke to her, her face would get flushed with red and her hands would tremble. Working in the gift shop was easy for her […]
7 Tips for the Perfect Job Interview
It’s easy to get bogged down worrying about all the things you could get wrong during a job interview. Here are some simple tips to help you stop worrying and start getting results from your job interviews.
Tips for Conquering the Phone Interview
Preparing for a Phone Interview Usually when one gets ready for a job interview, an enthusiastic look in your eye and a polished professional look are first on your interview preparedness check list. A phone interview, however, requires a different sort of polish. You must relay your professionalism and enthusiasm, as well as all your […]
10 Things You Should Never Do In An Interview
Recently we discussed what you should do during an interview to enhance your chances of success. But just as important as what you should do is knowing what you should never do, unless you want to instantly destroy your chances of getting hired.
Six steps to cover letters that get results
So you’ve started planning your career, found the jobs you want, and collected a list of the hard and soft skills you need to achieve your goals. Finally, it’s time to start actually applying for positions.
How to Prepare for Tricky Interview Questions
It’s all very well to know what to do and what to avoid in a job interview. But we all know the hardest part isn’t looking or sounding the part. The difficulty comes with all those tricky questions the interviewers throw at you.
How to Hold Your Own in Any Negotiation
It is vitally important early in your career to think about how you value your time. Are you as concerned about the time you have to yourself and with your family as you are about how much money you make? Which appeals to you more: projects or a position that is interesting to you or […]
Essential secrets to resume style
By taking the time to create a template for your resume, you’ll find it easier to adapt to the jobs that come your way. If you are writing your resume for the first time or if your existing one is ready for a revamp, formatting your resume correctly will ensure it is well-presented and easy […]