I have a bachelors in Physics and will have my bachelors in Construction Management in May. I've been applying for jobs since January in Ohio. I applied maybe 18 companies all over the state. My last option is to move out of state due to family. I love them and I couldn't spend more than a month away from them. Any managers out there that can give me tips to tip the scale in my favor?
I was told that whoever is hiring likes to know that you are a human being and that you are capable of making mistakes. I read somewhere that during an interview if you spill coffee on your self or spill anything in that matter that the interviewer will feel a bit sorry for you and can connect with you (the whole thing about being a human being) and have a better chance of landing that job.