Let’s face it, millennials are young (their birth dates range between the early 1980s to the early 2000s) and landing a job takes energy, of which they have, but also great insight and effort. Millennial job seekers have much to learn from the experience of hiring managers and HR experts to correct their “inexperience of youth.”
Jayne Mattson of Keystone Associates has highlighted three common mistakes millennials frequently make both on their resumes and during job interviews and offers tips on how to correct them.
Jayne Mattson is a Senior Vice President at Keystone Associates, specializes in helping mid-to-senior level individuals in new career exploration, networking strategies and career decisions based on corporate culture fit. Keystone Associates, a leading career management and transition services consulting firm headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.