4 Metrics Recruiters Love to See on Resumes

October 12 , 2018

Filed Under: job market, Job Search, job search advice, job search tips, Strategy, Recruiting & Hiring, resume, resume advice, Resume Tips, resume tips, what to put on a resume

7 Ways to Show Emotional Intelligence in a Job Interview

October 05 , 2018

Yes, having solid technical skills is important in landing a job, but maybe not as important as you might think. In fact, in a survey of more than 2,600 hiring managers and human resource professionals, 71% stated they valued emotional intelligence in an employee over IQ. What’s more, 75% said...

Filed Under: Attitude, Emotional Intelligence, how to act in a job interview, interview, Interviews, job interview, job interview behavior, job interview preparation, job market, Job Search, Personality, Professional Development

3 Times It Makes Sense to Take a Career Risk

August 08 , 2018

In most situations, it makes sense to play it safe. Don’t cross the street without looking both ways, and never drive a car without wearing a seat belt. Both of those things make sense because there’s no upside to making the dangerous choice.

Filed Under: Career Advice, career change, career risk, career switch, Decision Making, Goals, Job Search, job search, Professional Development

7 Tips to Rebrand Yourself for an Industry Switch

July 26 , 2018

Ready for a career change, but worried you don’t have the experience or skills to land a job in your desired field? Filling your resume with your previous work experience that has no similarity to the job you’re applying for is likely to land your resume in the trash can. But that doesn’t mean...

Filed Under: Branding, branding, career, Career Advice, career change, career switch, Confidence, Goals, industry change, industry switch, job market, Job Search, personal brand, Professional Development, Your Career

New York City Applicants Have One Less Thing to Worry About

October 31 , 2017

Today, New York City becomes the first city in the United States to prohibit employers from inquiring about job seekers’ and job applicants’ salary histories. Signed into law earlier this year, New York joins a handful of other cities and states (among them California, Massachusetts, Oregon,...

Filed Under: News, Hiring, Job Search

Talking Promotions Without Sounding Arrogant

July 14 , 2017

When you sit down for a job interview, it’s perfectly natural to want to know how you’ll be compensated now and in the future. After all, the average job candidate in the United States stays in the job for which they were hired for about four years. After that, it’s time to move up or move on.

Filed Under: career advancement, Career & Money, interview, Interviews, Job Search, job search, promotion

You're Invited: Legal Services Candidate Open House

May 04 , 2017

YOU’RE INVITED

Filed Under: Networking, Candidate, Goals, Hiring, hiring, Interviews, Job Search, Legal, Recruiting & Hiring, Temp Work, Your Career

Business Insider - Wall Street Hiring Trends

April 24 , 2017

Business Insider spoke with six Wall Street recruiters to uncover today's hottest trends in hiring. Among those interviewed was Alexis DuFresne, a Managing Director of the Financial Services division at Solomon Page. Below, you'll find an excerpt from the article.

Filed Under: business insider, financial careers, Hiring, hiring, Job Search, job search, marketing and investor relations, Wall Street

Wagner College Q&A with Gregg Gavioli

April 07 , 2017

Wagner College invited Gregg Gavioli, Managing Director of the Accounting & Finance division at Solomon Page, to speak to their top 5% of business students, known as "Selects," at a round table event. The discussion covered the job market, networking, and the finance industry and provided...

Filed Under: Career Advice, entry level, Hiring, Interviewing, Job Search, job search, post grad, Professional Development, Q&A

How to Know You're the Right Person for the Job - and Convince Others

September 29 , 2016

Being certain that you’re the right person for the job is as important for you as it is for the person potentially hiring or promoting you. It may be you’re going for a senior position or you may be just starting out in your career. You might be seeking an internal promotion, a transfer across...

Filed Under: ambition, Confidence, good habits, Hiring, Job Search, job search, Professional Development, professional development