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Always ask questions in your job interview You might be thinking: “I have to ask questions? I thought I was supposed to ANSWER questions at an interview.” You do have to ask questions if you want the job. But which questions? While there are many questions you want to ask, there are two questions you […]

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How to write a job interview thank you note What are the building blocks of a good thank you note? Many people have heard that they should send a thank-you email to an interviewer, but a surprisingly large number of job seekers don’t bother. They’re wasting the perfect opportunity to show that they respect the […]

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Ask questions of your own in the job interview job interview questions Here’s a tip that you should always keep in mind:  Never leave all the question asking up to the interviewer. You always want to ask questions during your job interview. There are three reasons for this: It helps you uncover information you can’t […]

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Best telephone interview tips phone interview tips Before you get to go to the face-to-face interview, you’ll probably have to go through a cheaper, easier (for them) phone interview to prove you are worth the time, trouble and expense of a longer conversation.  Here are the top phone interview tips to make sure you get […]

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Always follow up your job interview with a thank you email Say thank you after the interview. Writing a thank you note after an interview might be the one thing that sets you apart from the rest of the candidates and gets you the job. But, sometimes finding the words to say ‘thank you’ can […]

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What to wear to your job interview Do you know that most people develop a lasting impression of you and what you’re like based on the first few seconds of meeting you? That’s way before you’ve said anything important…you’ve barely said “hello.” Some of that impression is based off your body language and handshake, true, […]

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How to answer common phone interview questions Hiring managers don’t necessarily want to spend a lot of time, money and energy interviewing every potential candidate face-to-face. So most of them fall back on the practical: phone interviews.  Do well with the phone interview, and the hiring manager will probably decide you’re worth that extra effort […]

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Send a thank you email, not a note, after your interview Having survived the interview, you would be dead wrong to think your mission is now to just sit and wait. While it can be said that good things come to those that wait, when it comes to job searches, being bold has even greater […]

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Ask questions in the interview to stand out and get the job As you walk into your interview, ready to sell yourself for the job, you are more than likely concentrating on your best answers to interview questions—not on what you need to ask your interviewer. But asking questions of your own not only gives […]

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Guest post from Peggy McKee, CEO of Career Confidential Tips for answering good job interview questions Hiring managers usually have a list of questions they love to ask when they interview you. But just because you get asked a common question doesn’t mean you should give a common answer. If you plan ahead, you can […]

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