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Know the right Interview Etiquette

A successful interview is not just about landing a new job; rather it’s more about your behavior skills. Knowing the right behavioral skills and interview etiquette plays a significant role in the successful completion of the interview. Everything you say, assume and present, matters a lot, starting from your dressing sense, behavior, body language, presentation

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Hilarious Job Interview Bloopers

I recently stumbled upon a list of job interview bloopers compiled by the Wall Street Journal. Hopefully some of these can make you laugh just as hard as I did. Here were some of the highlights, as taken directly from the list: 1. Brought her large dog to the interview. 2. Balding candidate abruptly excused

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Answering Those Bizarre Interview Questions

You know the ones I’m talking about: when employers ask you to name four different uses for a paper clip, what kind of animal you would be, or how much a taxi driver in Chicago makes in tips on a Tuesday night. The key to answering these questions lies in being able to understand why

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The Secret to Crafting Interview Questions

Before you can understand how to successfully write a list of questions for an interview, you’ll first need to understand what information most employers are looking for in an interview. According to industry experts, 20% of an interview is about confirming that a job candidate has the necessary hard skills to successfully complete the job’s

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Job Seekers: How to Understand What You’re Getting Yourself Into

Have you ever walked out of an interview knowing for certain that there’s absolutely no way you would ever want to work for that company? Perhaps the company’s Facebook and LinkedIn profiles implied a great company culture, but what you saw didn’t quite match that. Or maybe the job post you replied to was able

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