The Athletico team is excited to join more than 12,000 professionals at the American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) 2019 Combined Sections Meeting (CSM) at the end of this month. CSM is the largest physical therapy conference in the country where professionals have the opportunity to take continuing education courses, learn about clinical advancements, as well as network with industry leaders and peers.
If you pursue a position within a larger organization like Athletico, meeting with a corporate recruiter will likely be the first step in the interview process.
Corporate recruiters are trained professionals who have experience interviewing and vetting candidates. The goal for these recruiters is to match the right candidate with the right position. If you find yourself working with a corporate recruiter during the job search process, check out the tips featured below from Athletico’s own Talent Acquisition Team.
Your appearance can have a big impact on the overall impression you give at your first in-person interview.
Although we touched on dress in the previous post on interviewing, it can be such an important part of the job search process that it deserves a little more attention. Since you want to send a positive and professional message, you should make it a priority to plan out the outfit and accessories you will wear to the interview. For some help, check out some tips on how you can achieve a professional look below:
A solid resume is one of the most important tools to have in your belt when conducting your job search and building your career. This document is a snapshot of your qualifications and the first glimpse an employer has of you. Here are some tips to make an outstanding first impression:
If you thought your days of research were finished when you turned in that last school paper, you may want to reevaluate.
Conducting research during the job search can be one of the best investments you make in yourself. Whether you’re looking for a new position or wanting to change industries, a little time spent gathering information can go a long way.
Conducting a job search can be an emotional and time consuming process. You are, after all, making a decision that will impact both your personal and professional life.
Perhaps you want an employer where you will find professional fulfillment, or maybe you’re looking for a growing company where you can gain experience and progress your career. Whatever it is, consider taking some time for self-reflection before you dive into your job search. The ultimate goal is to find the right fit for you and the best way to do that is to know yourself.