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Tweak To Make First Impressions Last Long In Interviews

Tweak To Make First Impressions Last Long In Interviews

Make the most of the first few minutes of the interview Because the job interview is usually your first face-to-face with the employers, first impressions are especially crucial. Never arrive with any kind of food in your mouth or on your teeth, and try not to smoke...

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How to dress for success in job interview

How to dress for success in job interview

Attention to details is crucial, so here are some tips for both men and women. Make sure you have: ·         Clean And Polished Conservative Dress Shoes ·         Well-Groomed Hairstyle ·         Cleaned And Trimmed Fingernails ·         ·Minimal Cologne Or Perfume...

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How To Plan Your Interview Attire

How To Plan Your Interview Attire

What you need to know to dress to impress Interview attire is part of your preparation for job interviewing. You can’t just go into your closet on the day of the interview and decide what you feel like wearing. It's probably one of the most overused phrases in...

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Significance Of Rehearsing And Practicing

Significance Of Rehearsing And Practicing

May be you’re a new entrant into the job market who is lacking experience in job interviewing. Or else you’re a job-market veteran whose resumes and cover letters yield loads of interviews -- but you never seem to get the job offer. While these two groups may have the...

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Five Body language to boost confidence and enthusiasm

Five Body language to boost confidence and enthusiasm

Five important body-language tricks: In surveys, interviewers consistently say candidates lack confidence, and especially, enthusiasm. While these traits are to some extent inherent in interviewee’s responses to questions and their overall demeanor, the appearance of...

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Thank-You and Follow-up Communications After An Interview

Thank-You and Follow-up Communications After An Interview

See how your follow-up can help parlay you into an offer Remember that your work is not done once you finish the interview. You can’t sit back and wait for the job offer, so consider these key rules and strategies for following-up your job interviews. Ask at the end...

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Combating The Overqualified Label during the interview

Combating The Overqualified Label during the interview

There's a dirty little secret in job-searching, and if you're a job-seeker with several years of experience -- or worse, in middle management -- you may have been exposed to it without even being aware. What is it? It's the label hiring managers put on mid-career...

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How Handle Tricky Situations during a job interview

How Handle Tricky Situations during a job interview

Job interviewing can be an unnerving experience, but if you know how to handle some of the stickiest situations encountered in interviewing, you can be that much more confident. Here are some of the stickiest. The Bad Interviewer: Not every professional who conducts...

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Final Thoughts during the interview sessions

Final Thoughts during the interview sessions

If all else fails, if you have followed the guidelines in this article and are still getting the overqualified label, the one last option you have is to ask the direct question of the hiring manager. Be as blunt and direct as possible -- and ask for the same in the...

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closing points to checkout during the job interview

closing points to checkout during the job interview

Regardless of your style or how you choose to close the interview, here are some key points to keep in mind: 1.Leave your interviewer with the right picture of you. Think of at least five skills or traits you want remembered after the interview. Choose something...

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Importance of  Thank You Letters In The Interview

Importance of Thank You Letters In The Interview

Nearly every career book advises jobseekers to send thank-you letters after being interviewed, but how many do? In the aggregate, only about 5 percent of those looking for jobs perform this simple yet crucial ritual. Thus, it's time to address some of the frequently...

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Managing Multiple Interviews One After Other

Managing Multiple Interviews One After Other

How to keep the momentum going The interview process at many organizations is not limited to a single interview. Multiple interviews are common and can occur for numerous reasons. Career author Chandra Prasad notes that some of these reasons include having the...

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Top Tips To Dress Up For Winning That Interview

Top Tips To Dress Up For Winning That Interview

It's probably one of the most overused phrases in job-hunting, but also one of the most underutilized by job-seekers: dress for success. In job-hunting, first impressions are critical. Remember, you are marketing a product -- yourself -- to a potential employer, and...

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Ten Tips To Develop Superior Job-Searching Etiquette

Ten Tips To Develop Superior Job-Searching Etiquette

While much focus in job-hunting is placed on networking techniques, resume-writing, and interview preparation -- and rightly so -- one small, but very important aspect of successful job-seekers is often overlooked. What is it that's so often overlooked by job-seekers...

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Easy Tips To Get References To Give  In interviews

Easy Tips To Get References To Give In interviews

At some point in your working career, a future employer will ask for a list of references. A list of references are people, bosses and supervisors you have worked with in the past that will have a conversation with or write a letter to your future employer about YOU....

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