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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…

How to Use Your Interview to Check Out the Company’s Culture

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Guest Post By Mark Feffer When talking to a prospective employer, you’re obviously thinking about how the job’s pay and benefits align with your skills and experience. But at the same time, you should be considering how well you’ll fit into the company’s culture. After all, Read more…

Is an Interview “No” Always the Last Word?

One person saying Yes is worth more than many people saying No

If you’ve ever been turned down for a job you desperately wanted, you know how disheartening that can be. You probably just want to walk away, go home, curl up in your bed, and pull the covers over your head. Before you do that, consider the Read more…

How to Use Informational Interviews to Find Hidden Jobs

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This article is a part of my series, Hope for Your Job Search. This series is about helping relieve job seekers of the stress and frustration often associated with job searching and to show them that there is HOPE for a successful and short job search. Read more…

10 Interview Advice Articles You Can’t Afford to Miss

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I’m all about sharing job search wisdom with job seekers—especially when it’s incredibly beneficial to them—including significantly shortening their time spent in the job search market. There’s a lot of good advice out there, but truly exceptional advice is hard to come by. Over the past Read more…

How to Have a Great Telephone Interview

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Telephone interviews can be difficult, but often they’re the precursor to an up-close-and-personal opportunity to present yourself, so it’s important to get it right. You’re a voice on the phone, and you need to come across as professional and personable with none of the advantages of Read more…

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