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Impress Employers in 30 Seconds by Your Elevator Pitch [INFOGRAPHIC]

Your elevator pitch is a basic introduction of yourself, summarized in just 30 seconds. By making an effective elevator pitch you can make better impact on your employers mind (almost double) greater than without making it. Here are five easy tips to make good impact, be an eye catchy candidate and impress your potential employers in just 30 seconds…

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3 Job Interview Assumptions You Should Never Make

Many job seekers feel they’re not very experienced at interviewing. They feel like the employer has the upper hand. The truth is… most interviewers don’t know have a clue; they have no idea what they are doing, either. Or in some cases, as important as a job interview opportunity is for you…

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Why You Should Interview Your Potential Employer

When you’re sitting in a chair opposite a hiring manager at a company you’d love to work for, it’s easy to pray that they hire you and agree to any terms they offer. You may even accept less pay or longer hours to get a job at this organization. But it’s important that you realize that the employer…

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How to do a job interview via Skype

In the good old days, there was the phone interview and then the face to face interview. Now, for a lot of jobs, there’s an added middle step — the Skype interview. These are especially popular for jobs that aren’t just around the corner. Before a company is willing to pay to fly you out, they want to talk face to face, and this is the way to do it…

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6 Secrets For Crushing Job Interviews

Interviews are like spending the holidays with the in-laws – a necessary evil that’s never as bad (ok, rarely) as you’ve worked it up to be in your mind. I swear, I used to get hives at the thought of an interview until, by some twist of fate, the roles were reversed and I actually…

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What Not To Do In An Interview

Last week, I had lunch with a colleague who had recently hired someone for a part-time position for her office. My colleague was interested to observe the wide variety of people who applied for a low-paying, part-time position. She was even more intrigued by one candidate’s behavior during the interview…

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How To Ace Your Job Interview

When you interview for a job, make sure the hiring manager knows you have the necessary skills and that you’d be a good fit at the company, but also, just as important, make sure you convey how enthusiastic you are about doing the job. Here are some tips for mastering the job interview…

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10 Really Bad Job Interview Answers (and 10 Good Ones)

You think you nailed the interview; your answers were just as you rehearsed: honest and concise. You went home feeling good about this one. Still, you don’t get a call back. There is a often a good reason: your answers to the critical questions that means the difference between “no thank you” and “you’re hired.”

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10 Bad Job Interview Answers

You get the interview… finally, a chance to show your stuff. You believe you nailed the interview; your answers were just as you rehearsed: honest and concise. You went home feeling pretty good about this one. But something goes wrong. You don’t get a call back. There is no offer…

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5 Interview Mistakes That Will Sabotage Your Chances

If you’re interviewing for a new position, you might accidentally give your interviewer simple reasons to reject your candidacy, even if you are the most qualified for the role. Here are five interview mistakes that might damage your chances for hire – and easy tactics to avoid trapping yourself in poor interview behavior…

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