Yea! You Have a Job Interview Scheduled! Now What?

Finally! You have received an invitation to interview for a job! They want to meet you! The hardest part of the job search process is over now. Isn’t it? Probably not… This is the step that many job seekers trip over. They think they can coast to a job offer if they have been invited to […]

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Job Interview Success – Know the Employer Before the Interview

In the military (and in marketing), a fundamental strategy for success in any battle is often called, “Know the Enemy.” It’s logical because you can’t usually succeed in battle without knowing as much as possible about “the other side” of the conflict – who they are, what they want, how they behave. In a job search, ”Know the […]

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The Secret to Job Interview Success

We all enjoy watching a great entertainer sing or dance or play an instrument in a band or orchestra, act in a movie or play, even make us laugh or perform magic tricks.  And the amazing skill of the star quarterback who sends the “Hail Mary” pass to the talented receiver who reaches up to […]

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Job Interviews: How to Ask the Right Questions

Most job seekers understand that they need to ask questions during a job interview.  Not asking questions is an admission of lack of attention, lack of interest, or lack of preparation.  Right now, most employers have too many other people to choose from to offer a job to someone who doesn’t seem very interested.   […]

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How to Knock Their Socks Off in a Job Interview

I’m doing research for a book I’m writing, and as part of my research, I  have been interviewing recruiters, both internal recruiters and external recruiters.  It has been very interesting and informative, and I greatly appreciate that they take time out of their busy schedules to answer a questionnaire and to speak with me. In […]

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