Nick's Recent Stories
Ask The Headhunter Nov 29Ask the Headhunter: Is age discrimination in your head?
There is no doubt that bigotry and discrimination thrive in the dirty little corners of the corporate world. But if there is age anxiety in your own mind, that's far more dangerous to your career.
Ask The Headhunter Nov 22Ask the Headhunter: Top talent wanted to work cheap? That’s an employer problem
A lot of hospitals want to hire a registered nurse with experience and a degree. They just don’t want to pay you for your experience and college degree.
Ask The Headhunter Nov 15Ask the Headhunter: Is finding a work-at-home job a fantasy?
While more and more people are working from home, they're not earning a living through one of those work-from-home schemes you see advertised.
Ask The Headhunter Nov 01Ask the Headhunter: I don’t have a college degree. Will that hurt my negotiating power?
How should job seekers present their lack of formal education in salary negotiations? Headhunter Nick Corcodilos has some contrarian advice: don't.
Ask The Headhunter Oct 25Ask the Headhunter: I was fired for being late. What should I tell new employers?
Fired for a "job sin," one reader asks what to do with her resume.
Ask The Headhunter Oct 11Ask the Headhunter: Beware of pay-to-play job interview scams
Please learn this lesson now: No legitimate recruiter will ever charge you a fee of any kind for a job interview.
Ask The Headhunter Oct 04Ask The Headhunter: I got myself stuck in a horrible job. Can I quit?
The smoke and mirrors are gone from the company you just landed at, and you want to quit. Should you?…
Ask The Headhunter Sep 27Ask the Headhunter: Rude job interview? Don’t work there
When managers treat job applicants rudely, their incompetence casts a pall on the whole company — and it costs them good hires.
Ask The Headhunter Sep 20Ask the Headhunter: Why I’m sorry I gave my boss 2 weeks’ notice
Two weeks' notice used to be a standard courtesy. Now it’s a risk.
Ask The Headhunter Sep 14Ask the Headhunter: Are LinkedIn and HR technology suppressing hiring?
Even though the number of jobs available in July grew to 5.9 million, only 5.2 million people were hired into those jobs.