November YouTube Video Roundup

With the holiday season in full swing, it can be tempting to take some time off from the job search. And no judgment here – everyone needs a break sometimes. But, on the other hand, if you’d like to use your extra time over the holidays to buckle down on your career progression, we’re here to help. Check out these latest videos from our YouTube channel:

Resumes and Cover letters playlist

Should You Put Your Vaccine Status on Your Resume?

Increasingly, many jobs are requiring that all workers be vaccinated. With that in mind, could being fully vaccinated – and advertising that fact on your resume – give you a leg up over other candidates? Or could it hurt your chances with some employers? The answer is. . .it depends. In this video, Certified Career Coach Anne Nowak discusses different job situations and whether including your vaccine status in those situations is a good idea or not.

common job application tutorials playlist

How to Apply for a Job at Chick-fil-A

Winner winner chicken dinner! In this video, Career Specialist Richard Wright looks at the application process for southern fast-food chain Chick-fil-A, showing you step-by-step how to complete their job application.

job search mastery playlist

how to negotiate salary for a new job

In today’s market, lots of people are finding new jobs. But before you accept that job offer, it’s usually in your best interest to negotiate. Negotiating for a better salary, benefits, or bonus could win you hundreds of thousands of dollars over your working life. In this video, Anne Nowak discusses the best salary negotiation strategies for several common situations.

job interview questions for teens playlist

How teens can answer “why do you want to work for us?”

Interviewers will usually ask you why you’re interested in the position – and the right answer isn’t “Because I need a job.” You need an answer that makes this employer feel that this job matters to you and that you will give it your best. Of course, that can be tough to do if this is your first interview. In this video, Career Specialist Lynnette Lee and guest presenter Jessica Budd discuss how you can answer this interview question in a way that demonstrates your passion and commitment.

Written by Lynnette Lee