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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Too Many Applicants? 10 Best Practice Tips For Screening Tech Resumes And Candidates

    Some active job applicants may apply for anything - even if they're not remotely qualified - so it's key that you outline more than just years of experience, educational and certification requirements, and technology buzzwords in your postings. Be specific about the kind of track record and accomplishments your ideal...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Success With Behavioral Interviewing Questions

    Interviewing for a job can be nerve racking. Even experienced professionals can have a hard time demonstrating their capabilities and expressing themselves effectively, given the tension of an interview situation. The best way to reduce your anxiety and increase your interviewing proficiency, is to eliminate the element of surprise by...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Where You Went Wrong

    It's been months since you started looking for a job and you still haven't found anything. Wondering where you're going wrong? This paper provides 10-step checklist you can use to figure out just where your search is derailing. Seeking employment without a target job is like competing in a scavenger...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2008

    Make A Social Network Work For You

    You may not find your next job by hanging around on Facebook or LinkedIn, but you sure can raise your professional profile. If your friends haven't urged you to join Facebook in the past few months, don't worry. Someone will bring it up soon. People have been joining in droves,...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2007

    Network Your Way To The Top

    The old conventional wisdom, "It's not what you know, it's who you know," is alive and well. So get out of your chair, into some social and professional events, and nurture your network. As you establish contacts, create a manual or spreadsheet to track them. Include their names, referrals, e-mail...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2007

    Success With Telephone Interviews

    Telephone interviews can be trying. There are no visual cues from the interviewer, no body language to read and, in some cases, you've got to answer questions posed by a panel of voices over conference lines or speaker phones. This paper gives some tips on engaging successfully - long-distance or...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2007

    Ace The Interview At Age 50+

    Rejecting a candidate because of their age is illegal, right? Ask anyone over the age of 50 and they will probably tell you that, despite what the law says, there have been times where they felt discriminated against because of their age. On paper, recent years have been a boon...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2007

    Ace The Interview At Age 50+

    Rejecting a candidate because of their age is illegal, right? Ask anyone over the age of 50 and they will probably tell you that, despite what the law says, there have been times where they felt discriminated against because of their age. On paper, recent years have been a boon...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2007

    Success With Telephone Interviews

    Telephone interviews can be trying. There are no visual cues from the interviewer, no body language to read and, in some cases, you've got to answer questions posed by a panel of voices over conference lines or speaker phones. This paper gives some tips on engaging successfully - long-distance or...

    Provided By Dice

  • White Papers // Nov 2007

    Network Your Way To The Top

    The old conventional wisdom, "It's not what you know, it's who you know," is alive and well. So get out of your chair, into some social and professional events, and nurture your network. As you establish contacts, create a manual or spreadsheet to track them. Include their names, referrals, e-mail...

    Provided By Dice

  • White Papers // Mar 2008

    Make A Social Network Work For You

    You may not find your next job by hanging around on Facebook or LinkedIn, but you sure can raise your professional profile. If your friends haven't urged you to join Facebook in the past few months, don't worry. Someone will bring it up soon. People have been joining in droves,...

    Provided By Dice

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Where You Went Wrong

    It's been months since you started looking for a job and you still haven't found anything. Wondering where you're going wrong? This paper provides 10-step checklist you can use to figure out just where your search is derailing. Seeking employment without a target job is like competing in a scavenger...

    Provided By Dice

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Success With Behavioral Interviewing Questions

    Interviewing for a job can be nerve racking. Even experienced professionals can have a hard time demonstrating their capabilities and expressing themselves effectively, given the tension of an interview situation. The best way to reduce your anxiety and increase your interviewing proficiency, is to eliminate the element of surprise by...

    Provided By Dice

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Too Many Applicants? 10 Best Practice Tips For Screening Tech Resumes And Candidates

    Some active job applicants may apply for anything - even if they're not remotely qualified - so it's key that you outline more than just years of experience, educational and certification requirements, and technology buzzwords in your postings. Be specific about the kind of track record and accomplishments your ideal...

    Provided By Dice