How to Prepare for Interview Questions That Have No Correct Answers

Most interview questions are pretty straightforward and easy to answer: how much experience you have in a given field, why you left your last job, or what are your strengths and weaknesses. Then there are the open ended interview questions...

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Red Flag Resumes You Want to Avoid

You're applying for a job and you've researched, reworked and rewritten your resume several times. Great! You've done the hard part and now you are preparing to send it out to prospective employers. But before you do, look at your resume...

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8 Reasons They Never Called You Back for a Second Interview

You had your first interview and you left feeling confident. You believe you established a good rapport with the interviewer and you felt a connection with him by the time you left. And then you never heard back from him. What...

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8 Important Do’s and Don’t’s for Your Resume

As a self-marketing tool, the purpose of the resume is to communicate your strengths in writing to an interested employer. You need to know what the employer is searching for and how this stacks up with your particular assets. Here are eight tips on...

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Questions NOT To Ask In An Interview

You've scored an interview for a dream job. Things seem to be going well. Don't blow your chances by thoughtless or inappropriate questions. Here are some questions NOT to ask in an interview. When are you looking to fill this...

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What To Do 24 Hours Before Your Interview

The day begins the night before. This adage is especially true if you are preparing for a job interview. By doing as much prep work as you can beforehand, you may be able to put the odds in your favor. Here's...

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How to Answer the Dreaded “What Are Your Strengths and Weaknesses” Question

Here it comes. You're sitting in the hiring  manager's office and are feeling confident    about the way things are going so far. You've  done your due diligence as far as getting to  know what the company is all about and...

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How The Job Hunt Can Work To Your Advantage in December

It can be disheartening to be on a job search in December. Because many hiring managers take their vacations between Thanksgiving and New Year's, traditionally December is a slower hiring time. So even if you apply for a position,...

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How to Make a Great First Impression at Your Job Interview

Acing your job interview involves quite a few skills that are not common in the previous generation's job market. What your employer is seeking might very well be qualities that are not those that you might have brought up on...

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Make Your Cover Letter Stand Out

Didn't the dreaded cover letter go out with the horse and buggy, or at least with the VCR Does anyone even write them anymore?  Who needs them? The answer is, you do. If it's been a while since you've had to apply for a...

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