3 Job Search Lessons I Didn’t Learn Until I Started Interviewing Candidates
When I interviewed for my current role, I was a nervous wreck. And I wore a full suit, which, if you know my company (a small startup), made me look completely overdressed and out of place.
Luckily, as you can tell, I got the job (despite wearing all my mother’s clothes). But if you told me then that eventually I would be the one interviewing people to work for The Muse, I’d have scoffed and said, “That’s a good joke. Should I keep this suit then?”
Fast forward two years and suddenly I found myself on the other side of the table as we started the process to hire a new editor. And being in that position confirmed a few big things…