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ONLY 3 JOB INTERVIEWS QUESTIONS?

THE ONLY THREE TRUE JOB INTERVIEW QUESTIONS ARE: 1. Can you do the job? 2. Will you love the job? 3. Can we tolerate working with you? That’s it. Those three. Think back, every question you’ve ever posed to others or had asked of you in a job interview is a subset of a deeper [See More …]

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FORBES – WORDS TO STRIKE FROM YOUR RESUME

Writing a resume is difficult.  Not to mention, you can ask 10 experts in the field and get 10 different answers.  Here is a link to an article that makes some excellent points.  Specifically, it is not about adding more to your resume, but more importantly what you need to take out.   http://www.forbes.com/sites/dailymuse/2011/11/04/final-cut-words-to-strike-from-your-resume/

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10 THINGS HR DEPARTMENT WON’T TELL YOU….

by Woman’s Day, on Tue Oct 26, 2010 9:23am PDT By Kimberly Fusaro  If everything’s going smoothly, you probably won’t interact with the folks in human resources much between the day you’re hired and your last day with the company. But every day in between, it’s their responsibility to make sure you’re doing your job [See More …]

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PHONE INTERVIEW TIPS

PHONE INTERVIEWS: FIVE TRICKS FOR STANDING OUT By NicoleWilliams.com staff   Phone interviews are a useful tool for potential employers — the conversations help screen candidates quickly and determine who’s worth a face-to-face meeting. So when you’ve sent out and uploaded your resume online, it’s essential to be ready to kick booty when the phone [See More …]

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6 REASONS THEY DIDN’T CALL YOU BACK

In the best of times responding to a job listing can feel like sending your resume out to sea in a bottle. But at least you received a call or an email acknowledgement. Now, with the volume of applicants higher than ever, you’re more likely to hear nothing. If there is a resounding silence from [See More …]

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6 REASONS THEY DIDN’T CALL YOU BACK

In the best of times responding to a job listing can feel like sending your resume out to sea in a bottle. But at least you received a call or an email acknowledgement. Now, with the volume of applicants higher than ever, you’re more likely to hear nothing. If there is a resounding silence from [See More …]

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