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Tools to help in all aspects of your job search process including resume tips, interview skills, and more.
Don't get stumped by this common interview question! Answer "no", and you might as well start looking for another job. So why do interviewers ask if you have any questions? They want to find out three important things.
The successful job search all boils down to one word - synergy.Synergy is defined as "the interaction of two or more agents so that their combined effect is greater than the sum of their individual effects."Synergy explains the difference between John, Paul, George and Ringo (individual musicians) and The Beatles (a magical combination). Here's how to create synergy and job search magic, in 5 easy steps.
To boost your know-like-and-trust factor in your job interviews, it's vital you know how to encourage potential employers to hire you in a way that's ethical, full of integrity and authentically you.
Here are three tips to help get you started.
Have you ever gone through the interview process, felt confident that you'd performed extremely well, and then heard these dreadful words: "I'm sorry, but we feel you're overqualified for this position."
When interviewers say you are "overqualified," here's what they are concerned about.
An interview can be won or lost within seconds, and by implementing simple strategies, you can vastly improve your interview performance. Interviews can be challenging but they are manageable when approached as a five-step process.
Creating a concise and powerful branding statement is an accomplishment in and of itself--but it's only half the battle. Unfortunately, the best personal branding in the world is virtually useless unless you promote it. Once you've crafted your message, you have to get the word out.
Any advantage that you can get to help get your resume to the top of the pile is worth looking at. I have some employment agency contacts that I asked about what people can do to put them to the front of the line when the jobs are being handed out. I've put together their replies. These tips apply to whether you're going for a permanent or contract position.
You've had successful interviews and you are ready to start work. Stop. Before you accept any position, establish an acceptable salary range. You will want to establish yourself toward the upper end of the range with an agreement to add pay for outstanding work at your first review and on annual reviews.
This article will take a look at common questions asked by interviewers and explain the purpose behind these questions.
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