I have visible tattoos. Should I be worried about this for my upcoming interviews? I love my tattoos and would prefer not to always have to hide them when at work. My school's career counselor said I should consider covering them for my interviews. I'm about to graduate Magna Cum Laude and the places I've interned didn't seem to have problem. Thanks for your help.
Good question. Thanks for asking it.
Acceptance of visible tatoos is very dependent upon the company, company culture, work environment, and job type/roll. Some companies will be perfectly…
Being an international mechanical engineering student, I find it quite hard to bag an internship. Completing my first semester as a graduate student with a good GPA, it seems to be unfortunate. I even did a semester abroad program at MIT in my field. I understand that employers look for candidates with extra skills and work experience, but is that always a limiting factor?
When recruiters are reviewing applicants for internship positions it is understood that most likely they are currently pursuing a degree and that they may not have as much experience as someone…View all answers »
I am currently a freshman in college, and I am applying for an internship. On the application, one section is about education but there is no place where I can write that I am currently enrolling. Am I allowed write my college in the education section, or am I not allowed as I have not graduated? Thanks!
I think that you are perfectly fine to write your current education in the application. All you should do is note in there somewhere that you are currently enrolled and still pursuing your degree. …View all answers »
I applied for a job a month ago. I have not heard anything. The job posting was removed today but my application status says, "in progress". Since they took the posting down does that mean they aren't interested??
Not necessarily. The main purpose of job postings is to have candidates apply. Once a company has a sufficient number of qualified candidates apply, they may take the posting down. This does…View all answers »
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