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Posted by sunita on October 15, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 11

You thought your job interview was going very well—until your interviewer and dropped a bomb and asks: “What is one thing about yourself that you wouldn’t want me to know?”

All sorts of inappropriate—no, really inappropriate—answers may pop into your ahead.

Do not blurt them out! Take a moment, inhale slowly and then smile, because you’ve done your research and you know what this question is really about.
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Posted by sunita on October 14, 2016
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All the signals indicate the job is yours: You've endured hours of interviews, and now you're standing in front of the receptionist's desk with a potential colleague, engaging in harmless banter. The topic turns to your current job, and you tell her you can't wait to bail on your psycho manager and out-of-touch CEO.
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Posted by sunita on October 14, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags :  | Views : 53

You just got word that you landed a job interview with a company that really interests you—only there's a slight catch.

You won't be meeting with your interviewer(s) face to face. Instead, you'll be taking part in a phone interview, the results of which will determine whether you're invited to meet with company representatives in person.

Many companies use phone interviews as an initial employment screening technique for a variety of reasons. Because they're generally brief, phone interviews save companies time. They also serve as a more realistic screening alternative for cases in which companies are considering out-of-town (or out-of-state and foreign) candidates. read more

Posted by sunita on October 14, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags :  | Views : 26

If you're an older worker heading for an interview at a new company -- maybe for the first time in a decade or so -- it can feel like there's someone else in the room with you. Who is this doppelganger? It could be the hypothetical perfect candidate the interviewer believes he must find: a hard-working, eager-to-learn, street-savvy, not-set-in-his-ways type. Someone who is half your age. read more

Posted by sunita on October 14, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags :  | Views : 27

Dan Garriott chuckles as he recounts the time he met a man who has since become a good friend, and they got to talking about their vocations. "He's a big-time tech recruiter," says Garriot. "I met him at a party, and he introduced himself as a ‘flesh merchant.'"

But Garriott, who foun read more

Posted by sunita on October 14, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags :  | Views : 14

Whether hiring for internships or full-time positions, most recruiters have heard statements like these from college students over and over again:


"I have strong communication skills."
"I'm self-motivated."
"I'm good at managing my time." read more

Posted by sunita on October 13, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 13

“What is your biggest regret and why?” is a common job interview question that can cause candidates to stumble. Don’t let it throw you off of your game if it comes up in your next interview—and don’t assume that you can get off the hook by saying, “I have no regrets.”

“While employers may be looking for the perfect candidate, they’re not looking for the perfect person,” says Chester Goad, an administrator at Tennessee Technological University who has served on hiring committees. Employers want to see if you blame others for your regrets, or if you follow a reasonable, logical process to learn and move on from a mistake.
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Posted by sunita on October 13, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 14

Some job interview questions can sound like trick questions. After all, if you were satisfied in your job, you wouldn’t be looking for a new one, right?

"Hiring managers ask these kinds of questions for one reason only—they have no clue what kind of worker you really are,” says Rick Whitted, who produces the “On Your Way to Work” podcast. “The goal of the question is to set you in the middle of a workplace experience and watch you in action.”

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Posted by sunita on October 13, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 15

There may not be a job interview question more sensitive than “What salary do you want?”

Not only is it hard for many people to talk about money, but the wrong answer can instantly knock you out of the running or lock you into earning less than you deserve.

“Salary inquiries are often loaded questions because of the implications they could spell for both the job seeker and the employer,” says former human resources professional Jennifer Lee Magas, now vice president of Magas Media Consultants in Fairfield County, Connecticut. “While not all first interviews will ask about salary, money is going to come up at some point.”
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Posted by sunita on October 13, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 28

Answering the question, “What can you do for us that other candidates can’t?” can put you in a pickle in an interview. You want to sound impressive, but not conceited. And it’s not like you even know the other candidates!

It may help to know what the interviewer is getting at. “Tough questions like this are an attempt by an interviewer to uncover how the candidate problem solves and thinks on his feet,” says Todd Horton, who has over 15 years of HR experience for companies such as IBM and Honda, and is the CEO of the Cambridge, Massachusetts company KangoGift.com.
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