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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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Guest post by Peggy McKee of Career Confidential Thank you notes make you stand out from your competition after the interview Send a substantial thank you note. Don’t just say thanks. This is another selling opportunity here. Another chance to point out why you’d be a great fit. Tie it in with something you spoke [...]

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Guest post by Peggy McKee of Career Confidential Fast follow up emails after the interview are better than handwritten notes Lots of job seekers underestimate just how important it is to say “thank you”….for the time, for the conversation, for the opportunity to meet. And it’s also important that you get it to your interviewer [...]

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Guest post by Peggy McKee of Career Confidential The questions to ask in your job interviews might surprise you. You always want to ask questions during your job interview because (1) it shows that you researched the company, (2) it helps you have a more relaxed and productive conversation, and (3) it helps you uncover [...]

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Guest post by Peggy McKee of Career Confidential Thank you emails are a key piece of every interview process. There is never a good reason not to send a thank you note after any interview. It doesn’t matter if you knocked it out of the park and they told you the job is yours already. [...]

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Guest post by Peggy McKee of Career Confidential Best tips for answering job interview questions You won’t find the best way to answer job interview questions from a Google search of ‘best answers to interview questions’. Mostly what you’ll find are answers that make you sound just like everyone else. The best way to answer [...]

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Guest post by Peggy McKee of Career Confidential Send a thank you email after your job interview, not a handwritten note You’ll find a lot of information still online about the importance of sending a handwritten, snail-mailed thank you note after your job interview. They usually talk about the ‘personal’ aspect of it, and how [...]

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Guest post by Peggy McKee of Career Confidential Are you asking the right question in your job interview? Lots of job seekers don’t even realize they should be asking questions in the interview. If they do, they limit themselves to information-gathering about the job. Information-gathering is great (as long as you don’t ask about salary!), [...]

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Guest post by Peggy McKee of Career Confidential Tips for writing job interview thank you notes If the only thing your job interview thank you note says is “Thanks for the interview. I’m looking forward to working with you!”, you have already stood out from the crowd, but you have still wasted a prime opportunity [...]

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Guest post by Peggy McKee of Career Confidential Get the best answers to typical job interview questions. Here’s a quick guide to 3 common interview questions. If you click the link, it will take you to a video that will tell you what a great answer should look like. Why do you want to work [...]

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