3 Tips to Next-Level Interviewing

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Are you tired of hunting for the right position? Have you been invited to lots of first interviews, but you’ve never gotten the call? You need to improve your interview strategy. Job searching is always more successful when you are a next-level interviewee. We’re here to give you our top three tips on next-level interviewing. […]

Here Are the Acceptable Reasons to Reschedule a Job Interview

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If you’ve scheduled an interview, take it as a serious commitment. Any interview is a positive opportunity to show your skills and make a great impression on a hiring manager. But what happens when you can’t make it? It can be frustrating on both sides to set up an important meeting and have to cancel. […]

What’s Appropriate from Job Candidates When It Comes to Emotions?

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The job hunt can be brutal even for the most qualified candidate. Spending your days pumping out job applications, filling out the same information over and over again, hoping you get the call for an interview. You dress to impress, boast about your accomplishments, and then you get bad news. And the process repeats. It’s […]

What Questions Will You Be Asked in a Manufacturing Interview?

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Congratulations, you’ve got the interview! When you’re looking for a job in manufacturing, it’s important to come prepared. Here are a few frequently asked questions you may be prompted with. Are you a team player? Hiring managers want to know you can take direction, cooperate, and follow through on a project. If they ask how […]

What Should YOU Ask the Hiring Manager?

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Getting the interview feels like an accomplishment and it should – you’ve got your foot in the door! But it’s only the beginning, and it’s easy to get flustered in a high-pressure situation. Avoid feeling overwhelmed, and brush up on the company before you get in the door. Feeling confident comes from knowing what to […]

Stand Out by Saying “Thank You” This Way

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When the job interview is over, it’s hard to sit and be patient. The waiting can put distance between you and your goal, and there’s a simple way to fill this gap and maximize your chances: A proper thank you. Your note should be concise, considerate, and characteristic. Here are four tips on how to make […]

Stop Offending the Job Interviewer

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You spend weeks practicing for a job interview, brushing up on your skills and doing your best to present a positive image. But, then after the interview, you hear nothing. Even worse, the recruiter doesn’t even respond to your requests for an update. What’s happening here? While you could chalk it up to a hiring […]

Do You Hate Small Talk? 5 Tips to Make It Easier

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Small talk is one of those skills that either you are good at it or you feel very awkward. Being socially adept is something that all working professionals can work on. It’s a skill that you don’t have to be born with because it is something you can improve. You might not be able to […]

What You Can Do after a Bad Interview

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After weeks of waiting for a job interview at a dream company, the big day has finally arrived. But, as if you have a curse put on you, everything goes terribly wrong. You wake up with a huge pimple on your forehead, your power suit has a stain on it that went unnoticed until the […]

Are You Aware of the Message Your Body Language Sends in a Job Interview?

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Unless we have a mirror in front of us, it’s impossible to see ourselves in a job interview. Thus, we don’t know how we are behaving or what kind of body language we have. Some people are conscious enough and can completely control their body language. This is a natural trait, but not a universal […]