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There is no way you can accurately predict the questions that will be asked in an interview, but you can be ready and prepared by thinking about the factors that might concern an interviewer or employer before the interview.Published:11-May-2013
By narrowing your uniqueness to these five basic points, you can guide the conversation to include this information. By focusing on five strengths, you will be prepared with examples of times when you have used these strengths. Whenever possible, give examples to show how you have “been there and done that,” and can do it again.Published: 1-May-2013
Do you hate your job? If you wake up each day dreading the next eight to ten hours, you might be working for the boss from hell. You don’t have to live with extreme employment dissatisfaction. Find out how you can take charge of your career and be happy on the job once again.Published: 1-May-2013
You might think that just anyone could hang out a “sign” or create a website and advertise themselves as an Interview Coach. In reality they can do that, but that doesn’t mean that they have what it takes to do a good job or that they will be able to reap the benefits for their clients or themselves. There are some factors that will determine what makes a really good interview coach.Published:10-Apr-2013
Changing careers is not easy to do in any market, but in a tight job market it will take that extra step to differentiate yourself from the next candidate. Remember, the employer has a problem – there is work to be done. It is your job to listen to what the interviewer is looking for and then to sell yourself as the solution to the problem.Published: 4-Apr-2013
Behavioral interviews often make candidates sweat with anxiety. With the right interview preparation, you can turn nightmare behavioral questions into opportunities to sell yourself. Before your next interview learn the three steps to perfect behavioral interview answers.Published: 1-Apr-2013