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Interviewing for a job can be more stressful and confusing that the job itself! Read our articles below for more information on the interview process.
Statistics show that how you appear in that interview can mean the difference between a job offer or having to continue your search. You need to put some thought into what you are planning to wear. If you are not sure where to begin, start here with our article on what (not) to wear.
Trigger words are not so much about what you say as what others hear; read our article to learn which words to avoid during that all-important interview.
Job seekers need to learn how to positively address the objections that may be brought up (either directly or indirectly) during the interview. Here are 5 of the most common objections and tips for how to address them.
Nearly one-third (32%) of chief financial officers recently polled said candidates are more likely to slip up during the interview than at any other point during the application process. What do you need to do during the interview to help ensure your progression through this process. Read our article on the importance of interview etiquette.
It is important to investigate all aspects of the job offer. Salary is only really one component, and whereas it is true that you cannot pay bills with your vacation time, it is also true that you spend almost of a quarter of your year at work. Should it not be a positive, rewarding experience? Click here to learn what other components of your job offer you should investigate. Salary is truly only one component, and so much more goes into finding your best-fit job.
Ever been caught off guard in a job interview? Understanding the different types of interviews can help you prepare and take some of the stress out of interviewing. Click here to learn more…
Ever heard the saying, “People won’t care how much you know until they know how much you care”? Interview preparation is how a hiring manager knows how much you care. Read here to learn what information you need and where to find it!