The 2nd Job Interview

Here’s Everything You Need to Know About the Second Job Interview You scored a second job interview. Congrats! But if you thought the stress and pressure you felt during the first round was intense, just wait. Knowing you’re just a single interview  away from scoring that offer jostles even the most experienced job hunter. As […]

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What to Cut and What to Keep on Your Résumé

You’ve likely heard that you should only include relevant experience on your résumé – and then you’ve probably asked yourself what exactly that means. You may be wondering: Shouldn’t I include all my work experience? Won’t it hurt my chances of getting called for an interview if an employer doesn’t know everything I’ve done and am capable […]

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6 Tips for Acing Your Next Job Interview

The interview is the final hurdle between you and job success. Whether you’re a super confident interviewee or a nervous wreck here are 6 key tips that’ll help you rise to the top of the class! Prepare One of the things we’ve noticed from years of putting candidates forward for interviews is that those who are […]

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Ten Tips: Negotiating a Job Offer Like a Champion

I have seen first-hand how both candidates and employers alike can benefit from the advice and perspective of an honest broker and an outside perspective, regardless of whether a recruiter is engaged or involved in the negotiation process. For job seekers, I hope the following ten tips will assist you in learning how just a […]

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5 Things You Are Not Doing When Writing Your Resume

It doesn’t matter how many times you have changed jobs that writing your resume and cover letter is never easy. Whether you are a graduate looking for the first job or a veteran thinking about taking the next step in your career, you probably need the right practical advice and specific examples to help you […]

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16 Things to remove on your resume, NOW

Below is compiled a list of 16 items you can remove from your resume right away that will help your job application avoid the hiring manager’s trash pile. Objective We’ve all seen those generic objective statements talk about professional looking for opportunities that will allow me to leverage my skills.” Avoid the run-of-the-mill objective statement […]

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How should I prepare for a telephone interview?

If you are looking for a new position, you will have submitted job applications, but you may find that you’ll be offered a phone interview rather than a more formal face-to-face interview. It’s not uncommon for this to happen & it could be for several reasons: There could be many suitable applicants and the company […]

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5 Reasons Why Accepting Counter-Offers is a Career Curse

When faced with a counter-offer, it can be all too easy to get caught up in flattery. Most of us have a ‘better the devil you know’ mentality when it comes to work, preferring to stick to the security of what we already know than face the uncertainty of the professional unknown. After all, it’s […]

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How to Answer Strange Interview Questions?

Everything is going fine. You started-off pretty well, introduced yourself, answered every question, even the ones you feared initially, put a confident body-language on display and even reached a consensus regarding the pay you deserve for the job profile. Suddenly, the interviewer pulls himself forward and throws you an oddball, ‘If given a chance, what […]

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5 Interview Questions Job Seekers Always Flub

  If you’ve gone on an interview lately, chances are you messed up at least one question. You can practice and prepare for hours or weeks on end, but there will always be those interview questions that catch you off guard. Often you may think you are saying what the hiring manager wants to hear, but you […]

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