Good Job Habits that equal Good Job Offers from the Interview Topic: What hiring managers are looking for – Good Job Habits – That equal good Job Offers Entry level, intermediate, and seasoned professionals who are engaged in a job search and targeting solid job offers need to be aware of what hiring managers are…

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Each specific job requires certain personality traits that are not always obvious over a video chat. That means there are certain personality traits that are highly desired no matter what the job. Calm assertive – the ability and motivation to move forward. Engendering trust – giving co-workers and managers the confidence that you will do…

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Ten Rules Job Seekers Are Allowed To Break Now The working world is changing dramatically around us.   The job-search world has changed, too. You can’t be a complacent job seeker these days. You have to be proactive. You can’t follow the old rules:   Apply for jobs online, then wait.   If you don’t…

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4 soul-crushing moments every job searcher experiences Looking for a new job is no easy task. The process is fraught with sterile rejection emails, awkward interview experiences, and tricky conversations. Sometimes you may even go months without getting a single interview. At some point during your search, you might hit a road block that is…

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  So, you’ve passed your screening interview with flying colors.   Now you’re dreading what comes next… A second interview is usually the final step in obtaining a job offer – at this point, you might even have a 50% possibility of getting the position you aim for. Before you head off to your second…

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Everyone knows that it’s an extremely bad idea to lie during the job search procedure – on your CV/resume and especially in an interview. However, interviewers aren’t put in the position of having to tell the truth all the time. What are the biggest lies that interviews tell candidates? Find out below (courtesy of JobCluster)! Takeaways:…

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4 Surprising Reasons you Blew that Interview Many HR professionals have shared with me 5 categories they check off during an interview. Excitement and interest in the job Energy Exchange, the ability to communicate and listen Effort and ability to connect with those in the room and other potential co-workers Engage in intelligent dialog regarding skill-set…

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12 Ways to Get a Job Interview and One Way Not To Lou Adler Nowadays, most of the work I do involves helping recruiters and hiring managers find and hire perfect people for imperfect jobs. In the manual I give them I also provide a bunch of countermeasures for candidates to use whenever they meet…

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21 Secrets to Nailing a Job Interview Interviewing for a new job is always difficult, regardless of how you have fared in past interviews. Every company and every interviewer is unique. No matter how much you prepare, there is almost always at least one question in every interview that catches you completely off guard, and it…

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A job interview will quickly disintegrate into an interrogation or monologue unless you ask some high quality questions of your own. Candidate questions are the lifeblood of any successful interview, because they create dialogue and help clarify your understanding of the company and the position responsibilities. In addition the questions you ask serve to indicate…

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