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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    After Your Interview Are You Memorable Enough To Hire?

    Candidates and hiring managers think that an interview is a hum-drum question and answer session mostly repetitious and easily forgotten. You are competing against an average of eight other candidates; don't you think you should be memorable? In an interview, you want to powerfully communicate your match with the critical...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Telephone Job Interviews - What You Should Know

    Telephone job interviews are becoming more and more popular. Organizations are receiving increasing numbers of job applications for each opening and the phone interview provides a cost-effective and time-efficient means of initially screening out unsuitable applicants. Using phone interviews allows employers to be selective about the candidates they invite for...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Do I Really Need Interview Coaching

    Think about the last few interviews you went on, and then honestly rate your performance. Were you offered the job? Did you receive another call back? What was the employer's feedback during and after the interview? If you can ask yourself and answer those questions honestly and you didn't receive...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    How Important Is The Internet To Your Upcoming Job Interview?

    It's no secret that many employers - both in online and traditional industries - conducting interviews are likely to search the Internet for information on the candidates. An employer can vastly increase their frame of reference of you before you even walk in the door - possibly knowing things you...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Nailing The Interview - Six Ways To Make A Good Impression

    In a slow economy, every job interview can be a precious opportunity. Whatever your qualifications, assume there are other strong candidates competing for the same job. If you've been called in for an interview, then congratulations - it typically means you've at least made the short list based on how...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Prepping For The Perfect Interview

    A good interviewer works from a script of questions so s/he can compare apples to apples when reviewing interview results. So, practice your answers. Say them out loud in front of a mirror until you have your patter down pat. View an interview as a give and take. It's not...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    What Questions Might An Interviewer Ask In An Interview?

    Some of the most troublesome areas in a job search is the questions section. Most job-seekers don't have a clue as to what questions to ask or what answers to give to the questions from the interviewer. The interview ends up being a one sided affair-the interviewer asking all the...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Interview Help - Pre-Interview Strategies To Get Your Dream Job

    Many people lose the position of their dreams before they have been interviewed. How? Unknowingly, these candidates overlook important preparation strategies for the meeting. You can drastically change the interviewer's perception of you as an employee with a little preparation. Before the interview, research the company for which you are...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Twitter Your Way To A New Job

    Twitter is interactive software that is designed to keep a network of people up-to-date on what each other are doing. You are given a short amount of space to briefly write an update on your "Status"? Somewhat similar to Facebook. However, rather than just sending updates to all of your...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Smart Networking For Job Search - 4 Online Networking Mistakes That Can Hamper Your Job Search

    While some professionals who've been comfortably employed with the same company for many years may be late to the social networking phenomenon, even savvy online users can make critical mistakes that can cost them relationships and slow their job search. This paper explains about four mistakes to avoid when networking...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Interviewing - Questions To Ask And Avoid During Your Job Interview

    Many job seekers dread getting to the point of the interview when they are asked, "So, what questions do you have?" It can be difficult to come up with interviewing questions to ask on the fly because many will have already been answered when you were researching the company before...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Turn Rejection Into Opportunity In Your Job Search

    Have you heard this lately in your job search? "We have decided to move forward with another candidate? Our search has been put on hold? We think you are a great fit for our company, but just not the right one for this position? Let's keep in touch." How frustrating...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Going To Extremes To Land A Job

    With more than three job seekers for every opening, it takes more than printing your resume on premium paper stock to get noticed. Most experts agree that networking is the best way to find a job, and many job searchers are aiming to broaden their network online by using sites...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Stand Out From The Crowd At Job Interviews

    Selection interviews are still the most common way of recruiting staff. In the current economy where there are more and more candidates coming on to the market, you need to stand out from the crowd if you are to be successful. Be professional, even if you decide 5 minutes into...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Why Not Make Your Dream Job Your Number 1 New Year's Resolution?

    Start with analyzing the pros and cons of your present (or most recent) job. Your present job is your working model for designing your ideal job. All jobs have both good points and bad points, and these teach you a lot about your preferences when it comes to work. You...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Internet Job Hunting - Utilizing Social Media

    Anyone who has spent more than an hour online in search of a job or looking for a friend can attest to the vastness of the digital world. Yet, it is debatable whether most people accept that, in fact, the Internet is a much larger entity than we ever conceived...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Job Interview - Tips For Winning Your Interviewer Over

    Going to an interview can be a nerve wracking task for many people even highly seasoned professionals. The best way to combat any nerves is to be well-prepared. Research the company you will interviewing at. Look at their web page, find out what the company goals and mottoes are. If...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Job Interview Jitters? Lower Your Stress Levels During Your Job Interview So You Can Be At Your Best

    Are you nervous about your upcoming job interview? You're not alone. A job interview can be a high stress affair. But it doesn't have to be. There are a number of things you can do that will help you stay calm. There are some stress reduction techniques you can do:...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    The Job Interview - Who Are You Anyway?

    The employment interview is often the first visual contact that a potential employer has with a candidate. It's the first he hears his (or her) voice. It's the first time physical contact is made with a handshake. You can't imagine how many candidates are rejected during the first minute or...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Interviewing - Questions To Ask During Your Job Interview

    When you are interviewing, questions to ask are an important part of your preparation strategy. Employers expect you to interact with them, not to simply answer their questions about you. To really impress the hiring manager, show how interested you are in the job. Many times the questions you ask...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    5 Interview Bloopers You Should Avoid

    An opportunity for an interview is hard to come by, and you need to excel in all areas in order to get the job you want. Your interview starts with a handshake that reflects half of your personality. If you deliver a poor handshake, it will be difficult for you...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Networking Can Jump-Start Your Career

    There are a number of ways that you can acquire the job you want. You can go the traditional route of finding an ad and applying for the job, or going through the temp agency where you can get your feet wet in certain fields. But another great way to...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Job Seekers, Don't Take December Off, Experts Advise

    It may be almost time to hang up the Christmas stockings but not the job search. The holiday season also presents once-a-year opportunities for job seekers. Busy executives may slow down a bit and give your resume a second look. Many job seekers will find hiring managers' "Gatekeepers" in a...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Signs That Your Job Search Is On The Right Track

    You get e-mails from job search sites and executive recruiters. They fit your desired next title, geography and industry. Your e-mail volume is more of an efficient stream than a torrential river. Recruiters are calling you directly looking to get your feedback on their positions. You get calls and e-mails...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Recruitment Agencies - How They Function

    Perhaps you've hear about recruitment agency, but you may never know what those firms do, just like the name sounds, recruitment agency's are firms or companies that have a listing of job vacancies, from these they try to suite up people on their database or books with the right jobs...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    How To Beat Your Competitors In Landing Your Prize Job

    Unless you have your own profitable business that serves your needs, you need to have a job to maintain your desired living and life style. But day by day, the population is increasing, creating more competitors for you. Additionally, jobs are no longer as secure as they used to earlier;...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    The Job Seekers' Top-10 List

    There's no question job seekers face a challenging employment environment and must work hard to find new opportunities. A successful job search often depends on who you know, which means candidates need to make sure their efforts are as far-reaching as possible. This paper enlists 10 essential tactics to help...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Best Way To Grab Your Dream Job

    Scouring the local papers for best job choices is something your older siblings may have done while visiting the consultancy went out with your parent's outdated music sense, so welcome the new-age online job hunting facilities for your self - and grab the best of the Internet's endless range and...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Job Search - Like An Out Of Body Experience

    Time to Search if you have time on your side, you can actually enjoy the process of looking for your next challenge. You can interview a lot, be a little picky, challenge your interviewers and pursue other interests. What does this do? It gives you confidence internally and it shows...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Jump Start Your Career Search - 4 Ways To Get A Quick Start

    Thousands of people have work in the morning and than come home at the end of the day without a Job. They may be in a financial situation where they absolutely cannot afford to be unemployed even for a week. Contact Everyone You Know -let them know you have recently...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Eight Tips For Job Hunting During The Recession

    The most important thing when searching for a job in tough economic times is to retain a positive attitude. There is an average of over 3 million jobs available in the US per month - and each job seeker is looking for one. Those are pretty good odds. Struggling to...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Job Search Strategies - 6 Advanced Methods That Work With Ease

    If you're facing the need to look for work you're definitely going to need to have some Job Search Strategies. Post to Online Job Directories and apply to specifically targeted companies at their websites. Go out and ask for meetings with companies that you would like to work for and...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Tips Can Help With Job Search

    So you're jobless. Now what? - It's a situation that more and more people are finding themselves in nowadays. - Career consultants say that as dire as prospects may appear, there are measures people can take to get ahead in their job search. And, conversely, there are definitely things they...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Powerful Phone Interviews

    Phone interviews are de rigueur with many organizations. Companies conduct phone interviews for a number of reasons. If you need to call from work or from a phone booth or a cell phone, tell the screener/interviewer what the circumstances are. It's better to explain ahead of time than to suddenly...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Questions An Interviewee Can Ask

    An interview generally is, or ideally should be an interactive process. In that case it important to know what is the questions that you, as an interviewee, can ask at an interview? Asking questions is not the prerogative of the interviewer alone. As an interviewee you have the right to...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Follow-Up After The Job Interview

    During the interview, obtain the correct names and titles of all the people you speak with. Asking for business cards makes this job a lot easier. Within two business days, send a thank you note or email to each person involved in your interview. If you are writing notes to...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Tips To Navigate The Job Interview

    All job interviews are challenging. Even on the most pleasant interviews, you still need to keep your guard up at all times and fight the urge to become a smidge too comfortable. - What are you supposed to do, though, if a job interview begins to go horribly wrong? Be...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Tips On Hunting For A Job In Tough Times

    Although the local jobless rate is lower than the national rate, the number of employees out of work is still at a high by historical standards. Think of your transferable skills and where else they might be valued. Posting a resume on job-related Web sites is too passive; you need...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    My Recruiter Hasn't Found Me A Job - Understanding The Role Headhunters Play In Your Search

    Executive recruiters' job is not to find you a job. They can be of tremendous help, and a good recruiter is a valuable asset. To that end, you should cultivate relationships with recruiters, and you should be on the radar screens of good search firms. Companies hire recruiters to fill...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Today's Job Hunters Need An Edge

    It's getting increasingly competitive in the job market these days. With current unemployment figures ranging anywhere from 5% to 7.5%, depending on who you believe, the search for a decent, well paying job has become an undertaking which can quickly lead to disappointment. Job hunting is a different and exciting...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Turn Rejection Into Opportunity In Your Job Search

    Have you heard this lately in your job search? "We have decided to move forward with another candidate? Our search has been put on hold? We think you are a great fit for our company, but just not the right one for this position? Let's keep in touch." How frustrating...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Going To Extremes To Land A Job

    With more than three job seekers for every opening, it takes more than printing your resume on premium paper stock to get noticed. Most experts agree that networking is the best way to find a job, and many job searchers are aiming to broaden their network online by using sites...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Stand Out From The Crowd At Job Interviews

    Selection interviews are still the most common way of recruiting staff. In the current economy where there are more and more candidates coming on to the market, you need to stand out from the crowd if you are to be successful. Be professional, even if you decide 5 minutes into...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Why Not Make Your Dream Job Your Number 1 New Year's Resolution?

    Start with analyzing the pros and cons of your present (or most recent) job. Your present job is your working model for designing your ideal job. All jobs have both good points and bad points, and these teach you a lot about your preferences when it comes to work. You...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Internet Job Hunting - Utilizing Social Media

    Anyone who has spent more than an hour online in search of a job or looking for a friend can attest to the vastness of the digital world. Yet, it is debatable whether most people accept that, in fact, the Internet is a much larger entity than we ever conceived...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Job Interview - Tips For Winning Your Interviewer Over

    Going to an interview can be a nerve wracking task for many people even highly seasoned professionals. The best way to combat any nerves is to be well-prepared. Research the company you will interviewing at. Look at their web page, find out what the company goals and mottoes are. If...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Job Interview Jitters? Lower Your Stress Levels During Your Job Interview So You Can Be At Your Best

    Are you nervous about your upcoming job interview? You're not alone. A job interview can be a high stress affair. But it doesn't have to be. There are a number of things you can do that will help you stay calm. There are some stress reduction techniques you can do:...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Interviewing - Questions To Ask During Your Job Interview

    When you are interviewing, questions to ask are an important part of your preparation strategy. Employers expect you to interact with them, not to simply answer their questions about you. To really impress the hiring manager, show how interested you are in the job. Many times the questions you ask...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    The Job Interview - Who Are You Anyway?

    The employment interview is often the first visual contact that a potential employer has with a candidate. It's the first he hears his (or her) voice. It's the first time physical contact is made with a handshake. You can't imagine how many candidates are rejected during the first minute or...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    5 Interview Bloopers You Should Avoid

    An opportunity for an interview is hard to come by, and you need to excel in all areas in order to get the job you want. Your interview starts with a handshake that reflects half of your personality. If you deliver a poor handshake, it will be difficult for you...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Networking Can Jump-Start Your Career

    There are a number of ways that you can acquire the job you want. You can go the traditional route of finding an ad and applying for the job, or going through the temp agency where you can get your feet wet in certain fields. But another great way to...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Job Seekers, Don't Take December Off, Experts Advise

    It may be almost time to hang up the Christmas stockings but not the job search. The holiday season also presents once-a-year opportunities for job seekers. Busy executives may slow down a bit and give your resume a second look. Many job seekers will find hiring managers' "Gatekeepers" in a...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Signs That Your Job Search Is On The Right Track

    You get e-mails from job search sites and executive recruiters. They fit your desired next title, geography and industry. Your e-mail volume is more of an efficient stream than a torrential river. Recruiters are calling you directly looking to get your feedback on their positions. You get calls and e-mails...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Recruitment Agencies - How They Function

    Perhaps you've hear about recruitment agency, but you may never know what those firms do, just like the name sounds, recruitment agency's are firms or companies that have a listing of job vacancies, from these they try to suite up people on their database or books with the right jobs...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    How To Beat Your Competitors In Landing Your Prize Job

    Unless you have your own profitable business that serves your needs, you need to have a job to maintain your desired living and life style. But day by day, the population is increasing, creating more competitors for you. Additionally, jobs are no longer as secure as they used to earlier;...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Best Way To Grab Your Dream Job

    Scouring the local papers for best job choices is something your older siblings may have done while visiting the consultancy went out with your parent's outdated music sense, so welcome the new-age online job hunting facilities for your self - and grab the best of the Internet's endless range and...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    The Job Seekers' Top-10 List

    There's no question job seekers face a challenging employment environment and must work hard to find new opportunities. A successful job search often depends on who you know, which means candidates need to make sure their efforts are as far-reaching as possible. This paper enlists 10 essential tactics to help...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Eight Tips For Job Hunting During The Recession

    The most important thing when searching for a job in tough economic times is to retain a positive attitude. There is an average of over 3 million jobs available in the US per month - and each job seeker is looking for one. Those are pretty good odds. Struggling to...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Job Search - Like An Out Of Body Experience

    Time to Search if you have time on your side, you can actually enjoy the process of looking for your next challenge. You can interview a lot, be a little picky, challenge your interviewers and pursue other interests. What does this do? It gives you confidence internally and it shows...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Jump Start Your Career Search - 4 Ways To Get A Quick Start

    Thousands of people have work in the morning and than come home at the end of the day without a Job. They may be in a financial situation where they absolutely cannot afford to be unemployed even for a week. Contact Everyone You Know -let them know you have recently...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Mar 2008

    Job Interview Question: Why Has It Taken You So Long To Find A Job?

    Why Has It Taken You So Long To Find A Job? It's difficult to believe that employers are still asking this type of question. Don't they read the newspapers or listen to the news? If they were informed, they would know the answer; i.e. jobs are very scarce and difficult...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Those Unexpected Telephone Screenings By Job Interviewers

    The phone rings just as you are about to sit down for dinner, but this time it's not a pesky telemarketer - it's a company recruiter calling. You've been caught off-guard! The telephone "Screen call" can come at any time - day or night. Some interviewers find evenings the best...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2007

    Why A Job Interview Is Like A First Date

    Have you noticed any similarities between your dating experiences and your job searches? What these two puzzle parts have in common is a quest for superior relationships. Granted, for some of us, both of these personal quests are fraught with frustration. The key to a successful interview is a good...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2007

    Ten Tips For Mastering The Phone Interview

    Phone interviews are becoming more and more common as companies gain greater access to candidates and as more recruiters and hiring managers work from virtual office locations. On the positive side, with a phone interview you don't have to worry about having your suit pressed and you can have your...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2007

    Do You Need An Interview Coach?

    "Tell me about a time you had a conflict with a peer." How would you handle this question during a two-hour, high-pressure interview for a job you passionately, desperately want? Not sure? Perhaps it's time to call in a professional interview coach. The good news: From teaching clients how to...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    After Your Interview Are You Memorable Enough To Hire?

    Candidates and hiring managers think that an interview is a hum-drum question and answer session mostly repetitious and easily forgotten. You are competing against an average of eight other candidates; don't you think you should be memorable? In an interview, you want to powerfully communicate your match with the critical...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Do I Really Need Interview Coaching

    Think about the last few interviews you went on, and then honestly rate your performance. Were you offered the job? Did you receive another call back? What was the employer's feedback during and after the interview? If you can ask yourself and answer those questions honestly and you didn't receive...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Nailing The Interview - Six Ways To Make A Good Impression

    In a slow economy, every job interview can be a precious opportunity. Whatever your qualifications, assume there are other strong candidates competing for the same job. If you've been called in for an interview, then congratulations - it typically means you've at least made the short list based on how...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Prepping For The Perfect Interview

    A good interviewer works from a script of questions so s/he can compare apples to apples when reviewing interview results. So, practice your answers. Say them out loud in front of a mirror until you have your patter down pat. View an interview as a give and take. It's not...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    How Important Is The Internet To Your Upcoming Job Interview?

    It's no secret that many employers - both in online and traditional industries - conducting interviews are likely to search the Internet for information on the candidates. An employer can vastly increase their frame of reference of you before you even walk in the door - possibly knowing things you...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Telephone Job Interviews - What You Should Know

    Telephone job interviews are becoming more and more popular. Organizations are receiving increasing numbers of job applications for each opening and the phone interview provides a cost-effective and time-efficient means of initially screening out unsuitable applicants. Using phone interviews allows employers to be selective about the candidates they invite for...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Interview Help - Pre-Interview Strategies To Get Your Dream Job

    Many people lose the position of their dreams before they have been interviewed. How? Unknowingly, these candidates overlook important preparation strategies for the meeting. You can drastically change the interviewer's perception of you as an employee with a little preparation. Before the interview, research the company for which you are...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    What Questions Might An Interviewer Ask In An Interview?

    Some of the most troublesome areas in a job search is the questions section. Most job-seekers don't have a clue as to what questions to ask or what answers to give to the questions from the interviewer. The interview ends up being a one sided affair-the interviewer asking all the...

    Provided By EmploymentDigest.net

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Job Application Forms - 3 Important Considerations

    The job application form is an important document. You will not get the job without having an interview and you won't even get as far as an interview if you submit a poor application form. Therefore, before you begin to worry about whether or not you will get the job,...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Prepare Well For Job Employment Interview Questions And Answers

    It is true that the core of an interview comes down to a question and answer period. Generally this includes questions and answers from both the interviewer and you as well. Not that you want to be in "Control" of the interview. Such tactics early on often indicate trouble already...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Do You Have A Job Search Strategy Or Are You Just Spinning?

    How open is this micro network to helping you? You can do this by measuring your spinning stick. It shows the relative distance between you and your micro network. In plate spinning a shorter stick is less awkward to work with and in this strategy it suggests a closer relationship...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    What Happens After The Job Interview?

    Once you complete your job search package, then the next step in sequence in the job employment network process is to contact your job search network contacts. This is best done to expand your career job employment options and opportunities. The early bird gets the worm. Because your network members...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Your Multi Pronged Job Search

    Conducting a job search when our news is mired in negativity regarding topics such as failing economy and unemployment rates higher than they have been in five yeas can engender resignation. Engage in practices that are nurturing and that support you in keeping a positive attitude. Do whatever it takes...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    3 Tricky Job Interview Questions And The Best Answers

    When it comes to job interviews preparation is the key. One of the most important things to prepare for is tough job interview questions and the potential answers you might give. Use examples of tricky job interview questions given in this paper to prepare for your next job interview. Above...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    How To Find Hidden Jobs Or Unadvertised Jobs

    When you learn how to find hidden jobs or unadvertised jobs that no-one else knows about you give yourself an immediate and massive advantage in the jobs market. Did you know that for every advertised vacancy in the 'Help wanted' columns or in job banks on the internet, it is...

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