9 Questions The Best Candidates Will Ask You

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by Lou Adler, LinkedIn Talent Blog To make more balanced career decisions, I suggested that job-seekers should take matters into their own hands and ask recruiters and hiring managers a very specific set of 9 questions. The questions will help candidates figure out what the job really entails, what is the environment in the company… Read more »

10 Reasons Why Your Job Interview Went Wrong

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by Monica Wells, UndercoverRecruiter In today’s shaky economy and overcrowded job market, it’s easy to overlook some of the most basic things that might go wrong once we pass the initial candidate screening and rush off to our job interviews. Some people mistakenly believe that getting the opportunity of an interview means landing the job… Read more »

7 Things to Research Before Any Job Interview

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by Heather Huhman, Glassdoor Blog Do you have a job interview coming up in the next few days? Then you better keep reading to learn about a secret weapon that will give you a huge advantage during your interview. Researching employers is one of the best ways to become a stand-out candidate during the hiring… Read more »

How to Write a Perfect Resume Regardless of College Major

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by Ken Sundheim, UndercoverRecruiter I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard some variation of the phrase: “I majored in _______, therefore I feel my career options are limited.” That statement is not only illogical, but it couldn’t be further from reality. Regardless of what it says on your degree, you could and should… Read more »

How Job Interviews Are Like First Dates

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Just because it can be awkward doesn’t mean it has to be. by Jamie Scuka, JobMob You know the feeling when you get off the phone after setting a date and time, you are feeling great, yet really nervous? Kind of sounds like a first date right? Or, is it a first interview? You have… Read more »

8 Hiring Experts Reveal Their Favorite Interview Questions

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by Arianne Cohen for Businessweek Interviews are often stressful, but being prepared never hurts. Below, eight hiring experts share the questions they love to ask in interviews. Who do you most admire and why? — Michael Yormark, President, the Florida Panthers and Sunrise Sports & Entertainment “The answer reveals a lot about who the candidate… Read more »

What are the Most Important Things Neglected in a Job Interview?

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by Candace Meyer, Undercover Recruiter Though there are plenty of job opportunities out there, there is no assurance that you can get a certain position in the field or industry that you want to belong to. In every company, there are set of rules and requirements and if you don’t fit or aren’t qualified, you… Read more »

Tips For The Perfect Resume And Cover Letter

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by Naomi Shavin, Forbes ZipRecruiter has analyzed its database of over three million resumes and cover letters and determined what distinguishes a five-star resume or cover letter, as ranked by potential employers using ZipRecruiter, from the rest of the pack. According to ZipRecruiter, a strong resume or cover letter is made up of strong component… Read more »

Most Common Interview Questions

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by Glassdoor When it comes to the interview process, research and preparation for the interview can often times determine your chances of making it to the next step.  One of the best ways to get ready for a job interview is to practice your responses to any and all interview questions – even the downright… Read more »