Use Interviews to Figure Out Candidate Strengths

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Interviews are the best opportunity to find out what strengths a job candidate has beyond their credentials. A resume only tells you what they want you to know. Beyond that, you’re on your own as far as figuring out the rest. How can you uncover a candidate’s true strengths in an interview? Here are some…

How To Take The Anxiety Out Of Job Searching

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There’s no way around it: job searching can be stressful. The process has improved in recent years with the convenience of job searching from your phone. However, that doesn’t take away all the anxiety of job searching by any means. Waiting for responses or rejection emails, sifting through job listings to find the ideal job,…

References: What They Are and How You Should Use Them

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References have been near standard for resumes and job searching for a long time. They can help seal the deal on a new job, or help find you new opportunities. However, what are they exactly, and how should you use them? We can help answer these questions.   © Viacheslav Iakobchuk / Adobe Stock  …

How To Advance Your Career Using Social Media

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One thing you have likely heard before is that social media can harm your career. We’ve even written a previous blog post about it! However, you might not have heard the opposite. You can help advance your career using social media. Social media, if used intelligently and in moderation, can be a great tool to…

Phone Interview Tips To Make The Best Impression Possible

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The job search landscape has changed drastically over the last several months. Even with businesses reopening and employees returning to work, the way things used to work still hasn’t quite returned yet. Some changes may even be permanent. One of those changes is in the way job seekers interact with prospective employers. The phone interview…

What You Should and Shouldn’t Do After the Interview

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Have you ever left an interview wondering what you should do next? Don’t worry. Many people don’t know what to do when they reach this step in the job search process. Sometimes, the interview follow-up is just as important as the interview itself. What you do during this time can just as easily sway a…

Drop These 5 Bad Habits to Give Your Interviews a Boost

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During an interview, few things are more crucial than the first impression. The first few seconds of meeting the interviewer is one of the greatest opportunities to show them who you are as a person, as well as what you intend on bringing to their company. This first impression can make or break the interview,…

6 Ways You Can Prepare for Interview Questions

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The interview is one of the most vital steps in the job-searching process. This is the moment that you have a foot in the door, and you’re looking to impress the right people. Unfortunately, many people still treat interviews the same way they would treat a coffee break with friends. They show up, expecting a…

How to Make a Rebound After Losing Your Job

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Losing your job can be a difficult thing to recover from. It is natural to feel defeated after you’ve lost something you’ve depended on. However, in this crucial time in-between jobs, it is important to not lose hope and to keep a positive outlook. In order to make that ever-important rebound happen, there are a…

How You Should Prepare for Interviews the Night Before

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Many job seekers don’t prepare for interviews as much as they should. If you want to make a good impression in your interviews, make sure you take the time to fully prepare for it. Wondering how you might go about this? Here is a list of things to think about the night before.   ©…