3 Ways to Take the Scary Out of Interviewing

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Yes, job interviews can be scary. It’s your one chance to make a good first impression on your potential employer. You whole, entire career rests with an interviewer who will decide in the first few minutes whether or not they like you. Okay, maybe that’s a big dramatic. But it’s still a stressful experience for… Read more »

Telltale Signs You Got the Job

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You know that feeling—you bounce out of the interview room with confidence! You know it went well, though you can’t quite put your finger on why. You just feel good about the whole job interview and you’re pretty sure you got the job. Or that you at least impressed them. But there’s always that doubt… Read more »

Pay Attention to Your Body Language During a Job Interview

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What candidates do in a job interview is often more important than what they say. It’s important to be aware of your body language—even if the interviewer isn’t conscious of it, she is making constant judgments about your attitude and personality as conveyed by your posture, your eye contact and even your hand gestures. In… Read more »

How Can You Make Your Interview Process More Effective?

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The key to an effective interview process is structure and consistency. If you fly by the seat of your pants each time you need to fill a position, you’re not guaranteeing that applicants are all treated fairly and you may miss an opportunity to secure a qualified, talented hire. Instead, you should have a standing… Read more »

Valuable Insights Into Why Someone Might Not Hire You

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It’s inevitable. At some point in your quest to land the perfect job, you’re going to face rejection. Sometimes you knew the job was a reach. You knew for sure that you were lacking a certain qualification. You knew you fumbled an important technical question during the interview. But other times, you think you nailed… Read more »