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Posted by sunita on October 13, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 26

When an interviewer asks, “What’s the most difficult decision you’ve made and how did you come to that decision?” the person is giving you a gift. This is a golden opportunity to show exactly you’d perform as a worker under a new boss.

The interviewer wants to know how you’d handle challenging and stressful situations and how strong your critical thinking skills are, says Jody Michael, founder and CEO of Chicago and Atlanta-based Jody Michael Associates. “Describe how you effectively approached the challenge, how you weighed the options and how you reached your decision,” she says.

Get this one right and you’ll score some major points. Of course, you’ll have a few difficult decisions to make right there in the interview room in answering the question. We’ll help you tell a story that will knock the interviewer’s socks clean off. read more

Posted by sunita on October 13, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 25

You might start with these four, which will help you keep selling yourself even when the “interview” portion of the interview is done.



But also keep in mind that some of the best questions to ask are specific and relevant to the job, the company and the industry. The more focused your questions, the more informative the answers you will receive. Check out the company’s social media profiles and the press section of its website for the latest developments. read more

Posted by sunita on October 13, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 27

The stakes are high in any job interview, but in health care, the interview questions can be especially tough. Employers want to be sure they’re getting the best of the best, so they don’t throw many softballs.

Sure, you’ll be asked some of the routine interview questions like Where do you see yourself in five years?—and some pretty specific questions about your ability to perform the job you’re interviewing for. A candidate interviewing for a phlebotomist job, for example, might be asked about the Vacutainer blood collection system, or about which anticoagulants are used in phlebotomy, and a nursing candidate might be asked his or her understanding of patient charts and data.
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Posted by sunita on October 12, 2016
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Companies want to hire competent, successful, articulate executives, yet the very first encounter between the candidate and company often places the candidate in a particularly stressful and uncomfortable situation: the interview.
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Posted by sunita on October 12, 2016
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he gift of gab can be something of a curse during an interview. You could end up talking your way right out of the job.

It's important to remember that interviewers are only human, and their attention tends to wane as you speak. Fully understanding this is critical to effectively communicating during any interview. Your response should be less than a minute and a half when an interviewer asks you to "tell me about yourself." Why? You'll have that interviewer's attention for just about 90 seconds. read more

Posted by sunita on October 12, 2016
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If you were under the impression that cramming for the SATs was the last time you'd ever have to worry about vocabulary, you're mistaken. In interviews, the words you use are often viewed as related to your level of education and general aptitude.

Whether you're applying for your first postcollege job or trying to break into the executive ranks, it may be your vocabulary -- the subject you first encountered somewhere back around third grade -- that seals your fate.

Why Vocabulary Matters
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Posted by sunita on October 12, 2016
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It's tough to avoid typical interview traps if you're unsure what they are. Here are six to watch out for.


1. Confusing an Interview with an Interrogation

Most candidates expect to be interrogated. An interrogation occurs when one person asks all the questions and the other gives the answers. An interview is a business conversation in which both people a read more

Posted by sunita on October 12, 2016
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How do you explain getting fired to a prospective employer? While there isn't an easy answer to this interview question, there are two important steps you can take to minimize the potentially negative effects of being terminated, separated or whatever euphemism you want to substitute for the word "fired."
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Posted by sunita on October 06, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags :  | Views : 59

Even if you have less than a day before your job interview, you can outshine the competition with a little interview preparation. The following four tasks will take you about four hours (plus five minutes) to complete, making this the best approach when it comes to how to prepare for an interview. read more

Posted by sunita on October 06, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags :  | Views : 18

At Least the Meds Helped

I was interviewing a woman for a clerical position. On her application, she checked "Yes" to a felony conviction and wrote, "Will explain during interview. read more

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