Thanks to one of our consultants for her contribution to our blog:) For many people "Living the American Dream" becomes a reality when they land in America for the first time. It's very surreal specially when you visit big cities like New York, Vegas, Chicago,etc. Many people from around the world come to America for … Continue reading Living the American Dream
I get a lot of Resumes from Business Analysts and students who want to become Business Analysts. I want to capture the information that should be clearly highlighted in every Business Analyst’s Resume. Please note that most Resumes are read by computers and unless you have the right jargon and details your Resume will not … Continue reading Am I a Business Analyst or what?
Room full of people and speed interviews one after another. Two things most people dislike the most! Most job seekers believe that they are the only ones who feel uncomfortable in job fairs, unfortunately they are no picnic for most of us. Often times they are way more intimidating than job interviews with unknown agendas, … Continue reading Job fairs make me freeze!!! How can I hide the awkward???
Python, R, Tableau, SAS…and countless sophisticated software and yet no one can end the love story of Financial Services with Excel. So how come this unassuming MS Office application won our hearts to the extent that it is irreplaceable? Of course, there is the obvious reason: It is freely available for all, no questions asked, … Continue reading America Runs on Excel!!
Do you ever feel like no one is following what you say? Do you feel like you cannot express yourself in front of others? Then you have a communication problem and it often happens to international students. Why can't we go and work in countries where we do not speak the language? Though technology, medicine, … Continue reading I wish I could understand you!
Life is all about competitions, from the day we are born the race begins. If you have siblings you have to compete with them, then comes friends, classmates, colleagues…the race never ends. And in most cases, you have only one shot to make a good impression and move to the next step. Your first impression … Continue reading Why don’t I get a callback?
This may not apply to new graduates but at one point in life we all face the same question. For all I know I faced it multiple times:) I did not study IT or even anything related to office work. My only encounter with technology was a course on MS Office applications. One would have … Continue reading I hate what I do, can I really change careers?
I know that most people hate job interviews, not me! I always loved interviews. They give me an opportunity to dress up, meet new people and learn something new:) Granted this does not say anything positive about my social life but I have to admit I love talking to strangers for 30-45 minutes. I am … Continue reading The dreaded interview!
Maybe I am too cautious, or maybe because I shop online A LOT, I am always skeptical of sharing my financial and personal information online. We live in the age of information and with information there comes risks, and believe me tons of them! I see many postings online asking job seekers and students to send their … Continue reading To be scammed or not to be scammed: that is the question!
I was talking to a candidate and explaining why it is extremely important that you include itemized task details in your Resume. Most candidates that I speak with do not pay attention to what I say and maybe thinking that they can get a job with high level details and I have no clue what … Continue reading How do you make an omelet or write the best Resume???