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Don't Get Stumped by Off-the-Wall Job Interview Questions

You feel wonderful rapport with your interviewer. Suddenly, out of the blue she asks you: "Imagine you could trade places with anyone for just a week. The person could be famous or not famous, living or from history, real or fictional. With whom would you trade places?"


Behavioral Based Interviewing Preparation

Behavioral interviewing was developed in the 1970's by industrial psychologists including William Byham and Eric Prien.  It is founded upon the well document basis that "the most accurate predictor of future performance is past performance in a similar situation." Nearly ½ of all organizations are using behavioral interviewing to some degree


How To Become Memorable

What do you want to be remembered for? Think about a few top executives whom you admire. Ask yourself what makes them memorable.


Follow Up All Job Leads: Don't Wait by the Phone (or Computer)

Does this scenario sound familiar? You're in the market for a new job, and after conducting all your research, you send out 20 cover letters and resumes to potential hiring managers. Weeks go by and you wonder why not even one of those hiring managers has called you for an interview.


The Dynamic Cover Letters: Formula for Job-Search Success

Note: You have a maximum of 20 seconds to wow the reader of your letter, so you better maximize its impact by making it dynamic! There is a formula that can be followed as a guide to writing your cover letters.


The People Connection: Creating Instant Rapport with Anyone You Meet

Have you ever wondered why it is we hit it off instantly with some people and never seem to click with others? Why is it that there are some people we feel as if we’ve known forever and others we can’t seem to relate to even after years of contact? When we truly connect with others, we become actively involved in our conversations.


The Top 10 Questions Most Often Asked by Interviewers

To be prepared for an interview it is helpful to have an understanding of the questions you may be asked and to have prepared answers for them.


Quintessential Careers: Ten Easy Ways to Improve Your Resume

In my line of work, I see hundreds of resumes, and I often see the same patterns over and over again. I frequently observe resume tendencies that are not necessarily mistakes, yet the jobseekers behind these resumes could have much nicer, cleaner, more readable resumes if they just tweaked a few things.


Quintessential Careers: The Scoop on Resume Length: How Many Pages Should Your Resume Be?

Once upon a time, someone came up with a "rule" that resumes should not exceed one page. No one really knows who came up with the rule, but a great many job-seekers still seem to live in fear of this supposed edict.


5 Steps to Job Search Magic

When searching for employment, you should spend at least 80% of your time networking. Each person that you network with has the potential to help you develop more contacts ultimately bringing you closer to landing a job. Here are 5 steps that can assist you in being a productive job seeker.

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