By Susan Ricker
A job interview is usually the time when an employer gets to know the job candidate's personality to see if he's the right fit for the job. But what if you could choose a job that's the right fit for your personality?
A recent CareerBuilder study reveals the positions that are better suited... Read More »
If you're an introvert on the job, chances are people have called you shy, reserved or quiet -- qualities that aren't typically prized in the workplace.
It's extroverts, it seems, who hold all the cards in the world of work. Their gregariousness makes it easier for them to instantly establish relationships... Read More »
Do you find networking exhausting or exhilarating? Do interviews make you nervous or do you just go in and "wing it"? Do you feel that writing about your accomplishments on a resume makes you boastful, or do you just lack the patience to sit down and write a resume? Your tendencies may be tied to how much of... Read More »