5 Ways to Stand Out In an Interview and Land the Job

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If you’re currently in search of a new job, you know how much work it takes. Job hunting can be a full-time job in itself! So once you’ve located a job you’re interested in and gotten called for an interview—you want to take all possible steps to be their number one candidate. So what can…

Insights on How to Answer What Your Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses Are

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When you’re preparing for your upcoming interview, it’s always a good idea to practice answers to common interview questions. And regardless of your industry, most interviewers will ask about your strengths and weaknesses. These questions are used to help the interviewer understand if you have the right qualities to do the job—plus your level of…

How to Ask for Constructive Criticism after an Interview

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It’s very disappointing to get rejected for a potential job. Sometimes, you may know exactly what went wrong during the interview. But other times, you may think you did a great job and aren’t sure why you weren’t hired. During your interview, you will likely be keyed up or even nervous, so things you would…

Six Things to Never Bring Up In an Interview

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Congratulations on your interview! As you prepare for the big day, it’s good to keep in mind all the things your potential employer will want to know about you. First and foremost—why you’re the best choice for the job. It’s also good to share pertinent information about your work history, accomplishments and job skills. Another…

Avoid These Five Interviewer Pet Peeves

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Getting on the right side of an employer should be the number-one goal when entering an interview. Skills and experience will shine through in a resume and portfolio, so utilizing social skills is greatly important for enhancing the overall results of the interview process. Regardless of the interview, whether it’s in person or not, it…