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  • White Papers // Feb 2008

    How Boomers Can Answer Interview Questions

    You're well-educated, your resume screams experience and you're vigorously looking for a new job. So why are you so nervous? Searching for a new job when you're 50 or older presents a whole new set of challenges. As if interviews weren't intimidating enough, now you're trying to dispel all sorts...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Eight Major Job Trends For 2008

    You've made up your mind. You're going to stop procrastinating, update that resume and (finally) look for a new job. So what should you expect? Smooth sailing and a fast and easy job search? Or long months of applying to countless jobs and waiting for just an interview? This paper...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Answering Six Common Interview Questions

    While you'll never be able to anticipate every question you might be asked in an interview, you can get a head start by developing strong, concise answers to commonly used questions. Most interviewers will ask similar questions like given in this paper to gain knowledge about a candidate's abilities and...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2007

    Get Real: Four Realities Of The Job Search

    A strong hiring environment may cause you to think that your job search will be a piece of cake. But the truth is that finding the right job can be hit or miss. It's important to have realistic expectations to keep your spirits high and limit frustration. So that you...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2007

    15 Biggest Job Seeker Mistakes

    You talk too fast. You avoid eye contact. You ask too many questions. You wear too much perfume. You lie about your work history. You show up late to interviews. You don't do your research. And you wonder why you haven't gotten a job yet? Don't shoot yourself in the...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2007

    Five Reasons To Find A New Job In 2008

    If you're like many professionals, you daydream about leaving your underwhelming job to find a more-fulfilling (or at least better-paying) one, but you never do. This paper explains five reasons why you shouldn't put off your job search one more day: you'll stress less; you'll advance your career; you'll make...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Five Ways To Revitalize Your Search

    According to the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics, 19.3 percent of full-time workers were unemployed for 27 weeks or more in 2006. If you have been looking for a job for a while, there's a good chance you're frustrated with your inability to find one. The longer...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    5 High-Tech Tricks To Use In Your Job Search

    It seems like just about everything and everyone has gone high tech. From refrigerators with built-in computers to high-powered handheld devices, technology is touching nearly every aspect of our lives. The job search process is no exception. While the traditional approach, with a focus on networking, strong resumes and solid...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Top 10 Online Job Search Tips

    While the popularity of online job boards puts millions of jobs at one's fingertips, it has also made the job applicant pool that much bigger. For this reason, national job search sites and the Internet as a whole have gotten a bad rap from some industry professionals as an ineffective...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    A Simple "Thank You" Can Land The Job

    Your mother told you to do it, and now a new survey shows she was right: Sending a thank-you note not only displays impeccable manners but also may give job hopefuls an edge over other applicants. This paper explains some tips to remember the next time you compose a thank-you...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    What Not To Say In A Job Interview

    Fabulous news: You have a job interview! Not so fab news: Saying the wrong thing could cost you the job. What you should say during an interview depends on the position you're applying for as well as your personal preferences, skills and experience. But some answers are definitely better than...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Mishandling Salary Negotiations

    Many people think that once they have landed and aced an interview, all of their work is done. But, sometimes deciding whether or not to accept a job offer can be just as stressful and time-consuming as getting to that point in the first place. One point of contention is...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Seven Things To Tell An Interviewer

    If you read other books on job interviews, you'll notice they feed you lists of interview questions and answers to memorize. An interview is not an interrogation, however it's a conversation. To make it that way you need to come armed with a multitude of small stories about both your...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Seven Cover Letters Don'ts

    When you meet someone new, what is the first thing you notice about them? Maybe you notice a nice smile, a pair of Jimmy Choo shoes, or beautiful brown eyes. Now imagine someone has a piece of spinach between his teeth, toilet paper stuck to his shoe, or is avoiding...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Confessions Of Hiring Experts

    If you worry about every possible way you can blow a job interview - from mispronouncing the boss's name to babbling incessantly when you don't know what else to say - you're going to walk in there feeling like you're destined to fail. True, job interviews are rife with opportunities...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Dec 2007

    Get Real: Four Realities Of The Job Search

    A strong hiring environment may cause you to think that your job search will be a piece of cake. But the truth is that finding the right job can be hit or miss. It's important to have realistic expectations to keep your spirits high and limit frustration. So that you...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Dec 2007

    15 Biggest Job Seeker Mistakes

    You talk too fast. You avoid eye contact. You ask too many questions. You wear too much perfume. You lie about your work history. You show up late to interviews. You don't do your research. And you wonder why you haven't gotten a job yet? Don't shoot yourself in the...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Five Ways To Revitalize Your Search

    According to the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics, 19.3 percent of full-time workers were unemployed for 27 weeks or more in 2006. If you have been looking for a job for a while, there's a good chance you're frustrated with your inability to find one. The longer...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    5 High-Tech Tricks To Use In Your Job Search

    It seems like just about everything and everyone has gone high tech. From refrigerators with built-in computers to high-powered handheld devices, technology is touching nearly every aspect of our lives. The job search process is no exception. While the traditional approach, with a focus on networking, strong resumes and solid...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Top 10 Online Job Search Tips

    While the popularity of online job boards puts millions of jobs at one's fingertips, it has also made the job applicant pool that much bigger. For this reason, national job search sites and the Internet as a whole have gotten a bad rap from some industry professionals as an ineffective...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Feb 2008

    How Boomers Can Answer Interview Questions

    You're well-educated, your resume screams experience and you're vigorously looking for a new job. So why are you so nervous? Searching for a new job when you're 50 or older presents a whole new set of challenges. As if interviews weren't intimidating enough, now you're trying to dispel all sorts...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    A Simple "Thank You" Can Land The Job

    Your mother told you to do it, and now a new survey shows she was right: Sending a thank-you note not only displays impeccable manners but also may give job hopefuls an edge over other applicants. This paper explains some tips to remember the next time you compose a thank-you...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    What Not To Say In A Job Interview

    Fabulous news: You have a job interview! Not so fab news: Saying the wrong thing could cost you the job. What you should say during an interview depends on the position you're applying for as well as your personal preferences, skills and experience. But some answers are definitely better than...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Mishandling Salary Negotiations

    Many people think that once they have landed and aced an interview, all of their work is done. But, sometimes deciding whether or not to accept a job offer can be just as stressful and time-consuming as getting to that point in the first place. One point of contention is...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Seven Things To Tell An Interviewer

    If you read other books on job interviews, you'll notice they feed you lists of interview questions and answers to memorize. An interview is not an interrogation, however it's a conversation. To make it that way you need to come armed with a multitude of small stories about both your...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Seven Cover Letters Don'ts

    When you meet someone new, what is the first thing you notice about them? Maybe you notice a nice smile, a pair of Jimmy Choo shoes, or beautiful brown eyes. Now imagine someone has a piece of spinach between his teeth, toilet paper stuck to his shoe, or is avoiding...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Sep 2007

    Confessions Of Hiring Experts

    If you worry about every possible way you can blow a job interview - from mispronouncing the boss's name to babbling incessantly when you don't know what else to say - you're going to walk in there feeling like you're destined to fail. True, job interviews are rife with opportunities...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Dec 2007

    Five Reasons To Find A New Job In 2008

    If you're like many professionals, you daydream about leaving your underwhelming job to find a more-fulfilling (or at least better-paying) one, but you never do. This paper explains five reasons why you shouldn't put off your job search one more day: you'll stress less; you'll advance your career; you'll make...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Eight Major Job Trends For 2008

    You've made up your mind. You're going to stop procrastinating, update that resume and (finally) look for a new job. So what should you expect? Smooth sailing and a fast and easy job search? Or long months of applying to countless jobs and waiting for just an interview? This paper...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Answering Six Common Interview Questions

    While you'll never be able to anticipate every question you might be asked in an interview, you can get a head start by developing strong, concise answers to commonly used questions. Most interviewers will ask similar questions like given in this paper to gain knowledge about a candidate's abilities and...

    Provided By Careerbuilder India