Whether you are among the many people laid off or affected by the uncertainty brought on by the coronavirus outbreak or have been wanting to find a new job since before the pandemic, there are adjustments to make in your approach—and your mindset. For this Career Contessa article, writer Ellen French spoke to three recruiters to get their insight on how to proceed during this time.
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There are lots of reasons we may be better suited to certain jobs over others, and one big factor is whether we consider ourselves an introvert or an extrovert. For example, introverts may be attracted to creative or highly technical jobs, whereas extroverts may thrive in a fast-paced environment where the landscape is continuously evolving or where they may be part of a team on a day to day basis.
Hello from your CW President, Mary Beth Del Balzo
I hope you and your family are well.
As a small, nimble, proprietary college, we've been able to stay ahead of the curve and ease the transition to virtual teaching, support, and administration for our students, staff, and faculty so far.
In these challenging times, it's hard not to be proud of our students, staff, and faculty here at The College of Westchester.
Whether you’re a regular ham or super camera-shy, with so many of us practicing social distancing and staying home to help flatten the COVID-19 curve, video interviews are going to be the new norm for the time being. It’s important to prepare yourself by making sure you’ve got the set-up you need, the proper tech, and a plan to handle potential mishaps.