Where you work, what you're doing, the pay check and any added bonuses do not define your work. If you consider it work or feel like you're doing something you're passionate about or even if you're just content about, it's a job, and it's your job. Most importantly, it's a real job.
Interviews typically happen in different stages; phone, in person and follow-up. In some cases, the company may just require a one time meet and greet, others can be more extensive. I've been through them all multiple times and can say with full confidence that every one is different. And to be even more direct, some [...]
I've said it before and I'll say it again, obtaining your Bachelor's degree is nothing more than taking a bunch of irrelevant classes for four years (with the exception of people who majored in something very specific like nursing or teaching), spending a lot of money, and coming out with nothing to show but a [...]