Tips for a Successful Interview

Posted by: admin on: November 4, 2013 Research the company. Do a little homework! Research the company and the position if possible, as well, the people you will meet with at the interview. Google the company, visit their website and check out their social networking pages, if applicable. Learn as much as you can about the company’s mission,…

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Common Interview Questions…and How to Answer Them

Posted by: admin on: November 4, 2013 1.    Tell me about yourself. This is often an ice-breaker question. Keep the answer job or skill related. 2.    What do you know about the type of work we do? This is your chance to tell what you know from the research you completed ahead of time. 3.   …

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Questions to Ask During an Interview

Posted by: admin on: November 4, 2013 At the end of the formal interview the employer will ask if you have any questions. The following are examples of acceptable questions to ask. Questions To Ask The Employer: Who would supervise me? When are you going to make a hiring decision? What are the opportunities for advancement? What kind…

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Resume Writing Tips

Posted by: admin on: November 4, 2013 A résumé is a tool to get the employer’s attention. You need a well-written, up-to-date résumé to market yourself effectively. An attention-getting résumé is one that conveys your personal brand (learn more about personal branding here) — the unique combination of skills, achievements and abilities that shows you are an outstanding…

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How to Write an Effective Cover Letter

Posted by: admin on: November 4, 2013 A cover letter is a resume’s best friend. While many believe that a cover letter simply introduces a resume, it does much more. Cover letters allow you to talk about important experiences and skills and relate them to specific job requirements for the position. A well-written cover letter is also the…

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