Job interview success is not just about your ability to answer questions correctly and show up with an impressive resume. You can also improve your […]
Many candidates make it easy to eliminate them from the process. If you’ve been lucky enough to make it to an interview, make sure you are prepared and don’t make common fatal mistakes.
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Practice makes perfect, and that includes job interviews. How many times have you been asked that tought question and didn’t have a good answer?
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“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” – Benjamin Franklin Author Byline: Matthew Warzel Author Website: http://www.mjwcareers.com Know your resume inside and out, […]
“It’s easier to go down a hill than up it but the view is much better from the top.” – Henry Ward Beecher Everyone wants […]
“Successful and unsuccessful people do not vary greatly in their abilities. They vary in their desires to reach their potential.” – John Maxwell Author Byline: […]
Guest Post by Jason Sanders of Ivy Exec. As Ivy Exec’s Vice President of Executive Search I spend a lot of time interviewing high quality […]
“Millions saw the apple fall, but Newton was the one who asked why.” – Bernard Baruch If you haven’t looked for a job in awhile, […]
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Whether your dream job is trading stocks on Wall Street or an adventurous job in Alaska, you need to know as much as you can to successfully complete each round of your interview.
If your resume looks the same for each job application, stop it.
Make sure you research each job you apply for and rewrite your resume and cover letter for each job after a thorough study of the company or organization’s job site. This approach increases your chances of getting and interview, the first step in landing the job.
There have been many times when a job seeker was caught unprepared with a long application to fill out at the interview location. Come equipped with all the information you could possibly need concerning employment history, your previous addresses, dates of military service, etc.