How Many Times Should I Follow-Up After My Job Interview?

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There’s nothing easy about a job search. Each time you put yourself out there, it’s done with high hopes, knowing full well that your effort doesn’t always produce the return you’re looking for. This is why it’s natural to get overly excited when you get a callback and ace the interview. You feel like you’ve landed the job, all you… Read more »

Want to Find a Job Fast? Try These 3 Things!

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It’s always nice when you have the opportunity to look for a new job at your own pace. Unfortunately, this usually isn’t the case. Many people head to the job market with a sense of urgency, either due to financial stress or because their current job is creating a different kind of stress altogether. It… Read more »

These Strategies Will Help You Recruit the Best Candidates

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Considering that the best people stay on the market only for 10 days, it’s becoming more difficult than ever to find qualified candidates. By using innovative hiring strategies to overcome challenges, your organization can differentiate itself from the pack and brand itself as a desirable employer. Poor job postings, unattractive employer brands and lengthy application… Read more »

Date Night Ideas for the Aspiring Professional

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It’s easy to put fun and romance on the backburner when you’re busy with a flourishing career. For most professionals, the more they advance in their careers, the less time they have for leisure. The good news is, it no longer needs to be that way. Even if you’re very busy with your career or… Read more »

How to Make the Right First Impression and Land the Job

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More than 50% of interviewers will decide if they want to hire you within the first 90 seconds of the interview. Right from your outfit choice to body language and eye contact, first impressions are crucial during interviews and can make the difference between success and failure. More often times than not, our attention is… Read more »

5 Must-Know Interview Questions You Must be Prepared to Answer

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Job interviews often prove to be nerve-wracking even in the friendliest and most non-confrontational settings. After all, the last thing you want is to start panicking while trying to showcase your best skills to the interviewer. However, the good news is that familiarizing yourself with must-know interview questions helps show hiring managers that you’re the… Read more »

Late Again? Here’s How To Be On Time Everyday

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Top Notch Personnel

  Are you constantly rushing out the door, trying to get somewhere on time? Are you always late for meetings? Missing appointments? Never catching the early bus? Nobody wants to be late. Chronic lateness is bad enough among friends and family, but it can be downright detrimental on the job! Being late once in a… Read more »

How to Sabotage Your Next Interview: Say These 8 Things

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  With the pressure and stress that comes with a job interview, hiring managers all but expect candidates to make small mistakes here and there. The more time you spend looking for a job, the more likely you’re going to say something that’s a little odd or maybe off-topic during an interview. For the most… Read more »

Don’t Make These 4 Body Language Mistakes in Your Next Interview

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Body Language Mistakes

You’ve memorized your elevator pitch down to the last word, you know how to present your strengths and downplay your weaknesses, and you’ve even rehearsed your answer to the inevitable “Where do you see yourself in five years?” question. What could go wrong? Have you given any thought to your body language? Your mannerisms can… Read more »