Extracurricular activities employers like to see
Hint: It's not binge-watching "Breaking Bad" episodes.
"I like to see people who are engaged in a lot of charitable work through their organization," says William Lawrence, manager of talent acquisition for Samsung Electronics. "People who are continuing their education as they work, people who are looking to be part of the community, part of the organization." This extra step in job seekers can signal to employers that you're going to make yourself a part of their community as well, which is good for both your job security and the return that employer will see on their investment in you as an employee.
Watch the video above to learn what other extra curriculars can catch the eye of employers.