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What Interviewers Notice about You that could cost a Job

Posted May 11, 2017 in Interviewing
If you think what you say in a job interview is the only thing that matters, guess again! According to survey results from Undercover Recruiter there are a lot of things that could negatively impact your chances of getting hired that you might not even realize.
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When it Comes to Selecting Job References, Choose Wisely

Posted August 23, 2016 in Interviewing
The job application and interview process can be overwhelming! After carefully crafting your resume and cover letter, preparing for the interview is the next step. While choosing a professional outfit, and researching the employer are important, you must also be prepared to provide the interviewer with job references.
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The Future is Now: How to Dazzle Potential Employers in Video Interviews

Posted June 20, 2016 in Interviewing
Because of this shift in interview style, there are some important dos and don’ts to consider when interview through video. Many of these are things you would not ever consider when preparing for a traditional face-to-face interview, or even a telephone interview.
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How to Answer: “How Much Do You Want?”

Posted April 12, 2016 in Interviewing
Ask for too much and you might not get an offer; ask for too little and you could be kicking yourself for years. Under-negotiating your salary today has an impact on your lifetime earnings, because all future raises will be based on a lower starting point.
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More than a handshake: How to nail that job interview

Posted March 08, 2016 in Interviewing
If you’re one of the lucky applicants, you will be invited to an interview, so the employer can meet you in person and evaluate you to see if you’re a good match not only for the position, but for the company.
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Resumes Win Interviews, but References Win Job Offers

Posted June 26, 2015 in Resume & Cover Letters, Interviewing, Career Advice
Resumes win interviews, so like most people your job search has probably focused on writing your and tweaking your resume and landing job interviews. You probably haven't given your references much thought, but in a tough job market references win job offers. You must be certain that your references will seal the deal, not blow it away.
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