Question Time: Tell Me About a Time You Went Above & Beyond For a Job

In a previous post, we discussed 6 of the Most Common Interview Questions & How to Answer Them. While there are endless other ones to consider and potentially prepare for, another common one that can often get asked is to “tell me about a time you went above and beyond for a job.” Hiring managers… Read More »

6 of the Most Common Interview Questions & How to Answer Them

When it comes to the job search process, the interview is often the most nerve-wracking part. The good news is that the more you prepare ahead of time, the more confidence you’ll have walking into your next meeting with a hiring manager. And the team at Future Force is here to help. You can get… Read More »

Here’s How To Deal With “That” Coworker

Whatever stage you are in your career, you’ve likely come across at least one: the problematic co-worker. Whether they’re loud and abrasive, know-it-alls, lazy, or just plain rude, they make coming to the office each day a challenge. So how can you deal with the situation so that you can work in peace? Here are… Read More »

10 Common Job Interview Questions

Getting ready for an important interview? There’s a lot on the line. The quality of your answers will likely determine whether or not you get the offer. So how can you impress the hiring manager? By preparing ahead of time for some of the most commonly asked questions. Here’s a look at 10 of them… Read More »

Here’s Why It’s Okay to Take a Seasonal Position

The holiday season is just around the corner. There are plenty of jobs out there, as a result, but they’re just temporary. Feeling unsure about whether you should wait for a full-time opportunity to come your way or whether you should jump into the seasonal job market? Here are a few reasons you might want… Read More »

Nervous Before a Job Interview? Here’s How to Fight Those Interview Jitters

Hitting the send button on your resume and cover letter is simple enough. Heading to the interview, however, can be panic-inducing. If you know you get stressed before meeting with hiring managers, you’re likely hurting your chances of getting the job. The good news is that you don’t have to let those jitters sabotage your… Read More »

9 Things to Never Do During a Phone Interview

Phone interviews are the norm these days. They give employers a chance to assess your skills and abilities in a more efficient way. While these conversations tend to be shorter and more casual for candidates, that doesn’t mean you can take them any less seriously than you would an interview in-person. Make sure you prepare… Read More »

Avoid These Phrases on Your Resume

Your resume is your first step toward finding a new job. The good news is that a strong one can help you stand out to a hiring manager, so you get called for an interview. The bad news is that you only have a few seconds to make it happen before they move onto reviewing… Read More »

6 Red Flags That Signal It’s Time to Quit Your Job

Has a bad day at work extended into a bad week or month? Are you thinking that it’s time to make a move and find something you feel good about? If you’re experiencing these six signs, then break out your resume and start polishing it for your job search ahead: You hate going to work… Read More »

If You’re Not Happy With Your Job, Take These Actions to Get Back on Track

Not happy with your job? You’re certainly not alone. Many employees out there aren’t satisfied with their current positions or employers. The difference is what you do about it. What steps should you take to get yourself and your career back on track? Here are a few to follow: Identify what’s making you unhappy. Is… Read More »