In this post, we’ll share some of our best advice for what you can do before, during and after a job interview.
Archives: September 2013
Landing a new job is exciting and certainly worthy of celebration, but in the midst of being relieved that the job-hunting process is over, it’s important to remember that you still need to work hard to prove yourself worthy of your new position.
As the energy industry in Texas continues to expand, oil and gas fields have become increasingly plagued by an unfortunate setback.
Residents of the Houston area may want to consider attending one of these great events, which are all happening this weekend.
Considering the large size of the oil and gas industry in Texas, it’s important to have local businesses in place that aim to improve safety and reduce injuries and fatalities in this exciting yet dangerous field.
New data from the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR) suggests that the local housing market is doing great so far in 2013.
The Houston Chronicle recently reported that growing activity in the Lone Star State’s Eagle Ford Shale region is expected to produce 1.3 million jobs in the next seven years.
According to Adecco Staffing, 10 percent of recent graduates polled in a 2012 survey indicated that their parents have gone with them to a job interview, while 3 percent said that their mom or dad joined them for the actual meeting itself.
Are you looking for something fun to do in Houston this weekend?
Schlumberger — a leading supplier of technology, integrated project management and information solutions for the oil and gas industry — recently announced that it is donating $2.35 million to the University of Houston in an effort to help the school expand its UH Energy Research Park.
Some people think that being funny or creative when writing a resume will endear them to employers, but in many cases, this simply does more harm than good.
According to Healthcare IT News, two plaintiffs representing the four million individuals whose personal information — including health records and social security numbers — was compromised in an August data breach at Advocate Health Care, have filed a class action lawsuit against the company.
On Thursday, September 5, RunTitle — a Texas-based company described as the only online marketplace for mineral ownership information — published a press release announcing that it had secured $4 million in Series A funding and would be relocating its headquarters from Houston to Austin.
Summer may be coming to an end, but you can rest assured knowing there are still plenty of fun events going on in Houston this weekend.
No matter how confident you are about finding a new job, the fact remains that interviews are nerve-wracking for even the most skilled and competent professionals.
On Tuesday, September 3, IBM published a press release announcing that it has officially acquired Trusteer, Ltd., a global leader in endpoint cybercrime prevention, after entering a definitive agreement with the company on August 15.
In order to fulfill the growing demand for employees in Texas’ oil and gas industry, Houston Community College (HCC) has teamed up with drilling contractors to create an intensive program that will train students for working in this field once they graduate.