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5 P's for Interview Success

The 5 P’s for Interview Success

You have probably read one of the many articles on how to have a good job interview experience. What should you do, and what should you NOT do? If you are on the candidate side of this interaction try following the 5 P’s for interview success.

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How to Compose an Effective Post-Interview Thank You Note

How to Compose an Effective Post-Interview Thank You Note

With Thanksgiving right around the corner it seems like the perfect time to touch on Post-Interview Thank You notes again. Now we all know the importance of writing your interviewer a nice note, but if you have ever sat down after an interview and thought…”what do I write?” , here are some tips to get […]

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The One Interview Question I Always Ask

The One Interview Question I Always Ask

Interviews are hard no matter what stage of your career you’re in. Whether you’re an entry level candidate or a senior level, interviews can invoke nervousness and bring out your greatest insecurities. It’s not easy to talk about yourself for 30+ minutes to a stranger when your career is balancing in front you. When the […]

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Halloween Horror Stories at Work

Anyone who has worked long enough has either seen or heard their fair share of workplace horror stories. With Halloween just two days away I decided to interview some coworkers for some of their best (or worst) tales from the workplace past and present. Read on, if you DARE!

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Why Your Job Search is Basically a Disney Movie

A large majority of job seekers have probably seen at least one Disney movie in their lives and are familiar with the classic Disney plot: An unhappy young person tries something new, is confronted with a conflict, eventually defeats that obstacle and lives happily ever after. Every storyline brought to us by Disney can mimic […]

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