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5 Signs You’re Not Prepared for a Job Interview and How to Fix It

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Securing a coveted interview with a potential employer means you have passed the first test to getting your foot in the door with a new organization. Congratulations! While being asked to interview is an achievement in itself, now is the time to prepare to wow the Read more…

Does Following Up With Employers Really Matter?

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Does following up with a potential employer really help your chances of getting the job? Absolutely. Whether you’ve applied for a job and have not heard back, or you’ve just had your initial phone or in-person interview, a follow-up note or e-mail is not just a Read more…

How to Answer Common Behavioral Interview Questions

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Believe it or not, when you’re interviewing for a job, your qualifications, experience, and education aren’t always the most important elements in the discussion. In fact, in most cases you can bet that all of the applicants who are invited for phone or in-person interviews are Read more…

Is Your Body Language Keeping You From Getting the Job?

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We say a lot with our bodies. When your spouse gets home from work, you can tell before they say a word how they’re feeling and whether or not they had a good day. If they’re feeling defeated and dejected, they’ll walk with their shoulders slumped Read more…

Two Surefire Ways to Stand Out to Hiring Managers and Get the Job

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You’ve no doubt been told—countless times—that you need to stand out in an interview. Tips and tricks for this range from creative ways to ask and answer questions to tips for wearing some piece of clothing with flair (e.g., a bright pocket square or pin) that Read more…

How One Woman Used a Stunt to Get a Job, Without Creeping Out the Interviewer

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You’ve probably heard about stunts when it comes to conducting a job search. Honestly, most of the time it’s a bad idea. Standing outside your potential employer’s home wearing a gorilla suit and a sandwich sign is weird. Spamming their Facebook makes you look like a Read more…

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