Category: Job Interview
Too many of us believe that being invited to interview means we’ve finally made it. We’ll ace the meeting and will be offered the job. We can relax. Nothing could be further from the truth. Winging an interview is as foolish as slapping together a resume and hoping for the best. Job search and job... » Read Full Article
As job seekers, we often become so focused on securing an interview, that when it does happen, we feel we’ve succeeded. There’s not much else to do. How wrong it is to assume that. Many applicants look great on paper, but when they’re face-to-face with a hiring manager or a recruiter, they fizzle out. Some... » Read Full Article
Think about it. Most individuals face holiday job hunting with an attitude that could best be called defeatist. “Why bother getting my resume together during November and December? No one’s hiring now. It’s time to party. I’ll wait till January. All the good jobs will be posted then.” - or - “I’ve been at this... » Read Full Article
For those of you who believe that the company's radar is focused on you solely at the face-to-face interview, you are sadly wrong. More importantly, you may have harmed yourself in ways you can't possibly overcome even before you reach the hiring manager's office. » Read Full Article
All of us have been on interviews where we clicked with the hiring authority. There were no awkward moments in the conversation. A better match of personalities and life views couldn't be found.
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Once you receive that coveted phone call inviting you to interview it's best to remember that you only have one chance to make a stellar first impression. » Read Full Article
In this day of social media, there is a point - at least for a serious job seeker - when too much information will certainly reduce your chances... » Read Full Article
The rule of thumb is preparation, preparation, preparation.
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It used to be the only part of the employment search a candidate had to worry about was whether the offered salary and benefits were going to be what they required or wanted. » Read Full Article
The more you talk, the more the hiring authority learns about you. That’s why you need to be prepared before you utter one word. Each answer must be crafted carefully to maximize your chances of being hired. » Read Full Article