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Top Tips on Behavioral Interview Questions

Let’s begin by defining what a behavioral question is because I think it’s a confusing term…and who thought up that name anyway? A behavioral question is used in job interviews to help employers better understand the candidate’s work experience and

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Example of a Good Resume Format

As I said in a previous post, I don’t think there is just one good resume format. The more important question to ask yourself: What’s the best way to display my tailored (to this particular job opening) skills so they

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Do You Always Need a Cover Letter?

I usually advise my clients that cover letters are always important. Why? Because it’s your first introduction to the employer and should be strong enough to entice the reader to open your attached resume. If your resume doesn’t get opened, what’s

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5 Questions You Must Be Able to Answer in a Job Interview

A client recently asked me: “What are the questions I really need to answer during my job interview?” I hadn’t thought about it in those exact terms, but I certainly have an opinion and I think it’s a terrific question. Here are

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How to Use Social Media to Get a Job

I am not an expert in social media but I definitely agree that social media, particularly LinkedIn, should be a part of every job seeker’s tool box. A recent article in The New York Times said that one of the

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