Misconceptions about Job Interviews

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Are you new to the interviewing world, or have you been in the same job for a while and looking to get back out there to interview for a new position? If this is the case, you may go to your family and friends to ask for advice. Some advice you may get will be great, but like all kinds of advice not all of them are accurate. Some of your friends may be in the same ...

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Mastering the Dreaded “Behavioral Interview Questions”

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In our last blog post, “What is Behavioral Interviewing” we discussed what behavioral interviewing is and provided some example questions. In this post, we are going to discuss some ways of mastering answers to behavioral interview questions:

Know the Job Description – To better prepare yourself for an interview, you will need to know which soft skills and behaviors the employer is looking for in the job. So, your first step is to always review the job description ...

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What is Behavioral Interviewing?

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Do you ever wonder why you are asked certain questions in an interview and not really know why the question is being asked? There are a lot of interviewees that wonder the same thing. Why are some questions so basic and some require so much thought? Well, the basic questions are easy, the ones that require more thought are much more telling. The questions that require much more thought are behavioral interview questions. ...

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Resume Tips – How to Stand Out

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Over the past several months I have had friends and family members ask for assistance on putting together a resume. Since there are so many conflicting recommendations out there, I wanted to put my suggestions together for you. When applying for a job, this may be your only chance to make a good first impression, so having the right information in the right spot is critical. Here are some tips that will help your resume stand out.

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Counter Offer – Why You Should Never Accept

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You have gone through the long interviewing process, and you have taken your time to weigh the pros and the cons. You finally accept an offer for a new opportunity, with a new company. You go into your boss’ office to give notice, and before you leave for the day, your boss calls you back into the office… they want you to stay.

If this hasn’t happened to you yet, know that situations like this occur often, and ...

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