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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    CAREER PROS: Preparing For A New Job Search

    Your cover letter should emphasize the highlights of your work and inform the potential employer of the reasons you are looking for a new job. Don't be embarrassed by financial layoffs in your work experience. Such things are not new, even though the economy has slowed down. You've had good...

    Provided By JJ Acquisition

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    BRAZEN CAREERIST: Friend-Based Networking

    Asking a friend to recommend you to an organization for a job is like asking a friend to move a couch. Many of you have a wider network and more effective skills than you even realized. And now, the inevitable question: "What if I'm shy?" The good news is that...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2007

    BRAZEN CAREERIST: Things I Shouldn't Have Said

    Very few questions are unpredictable. There are plenty of books to buy that give you the questions and answers to memorize. Make a list of off-limits topics so you don't go there. An interviewer can lead you to a topic, but your answer can lead somewhere else. Have a plan...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2006

    Five Fundamentals For Acing Any Job Interview

    Everyone seems to be an expert in the job interview process. There are 101 of the toughest interview questions, 250 questions you'll most likely be asked, and 24 crucial interview questions as well as secrets, tips, strategies and advice on how to ace the interview. There's even a book for...

    Provided By JJ Acquisition

  • White Papers // Mar 2006

    CAREER PROS: Adapt To Each Interview

    Although job interviews have much in common, each has its unique characteristics and should be handled accordingly. Employers nowadays are looking for people who can contribute to the bottom line by filling specific needs. These needs vary from company to company, and certainly from industry to industry. Therefore, in a...

    Provided By JJ Acquisition

  • White Papers // Dec 2004

    Winning Impressions: Honesty And A Good Attitude Can Turn Interviews Into Jobs

    Most people realize how important proper dress is. Basic suits, for men and women, almost always fit the bill, along with polished, conservative shoes. Keep answers to interview questions under two minutes. Avoid speaking negatively, especially about past bosses and companies. Negatives can create an impression that the applicant may...

    Provided By JJ Acquisition

  • White Papers // Jun 2006

    Five Fundamentals For Acing Any Job Interview

    Everyone seems to be an expert in the job interview process. There are 101 of the toughest interview questions, 250 questions you'll most likely be asked, and 24 crucial interview questions as well as secrets, tips, strategies and advice on how to ace the interview. There's even a book for...

    Provided By JJ Acquisition

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    BRAZEN CAREERIST: Friend-Based Networking

    Asking a friend to recommend you to an organization for a job is like asking a friend to move a couch. Many of you have a wider network and more effective skills than you even realized. And now, the inevitable question: "What if I'm shy?" The good news is that...

    Provided By JJ Acquisition

  • White Papers // Aug 2007

    BRAZEN CAREERIST: Things I Shouldn't Have Said

    Very few questions are unpredictable. There are plenty of books to buy that give you the questions and answers to memorize. Make a list of off-limits topics so you don't go there. An interviewer can lead you to a topic, but your answer can lead somewhere else. Have a plan...

    Provided By JJ Acquisition

  • White Papers // Dec 2004

    Winning Impressions: Honesty And A Good Attitude Can Turn Interviews Into Jobs

    Most people realize how important proper dress is. Basic suits, for men and women, almost always fit the bill, along with polished, conservative shoes. Keep answers to interview questions under two minutes. Avoid speaking negatively, especially about past bosses and companies. Negatives can create an impression that the applicant may...

    Provided By JJ Acquisition

  • White Papers // Mar 2006

    CAREER PROS: Adapt To Each Interview

    Although job interviews have much in common, each has its unique characteristics and should be handled accordingly. Employers nowadays are looking for people who can contribute to the bottom line by filling specific needs. These needs vary from company to company, and certainly from industry to industry. Therefore, in a...

    Provided By JJ Acquisition

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    CAREER PROS: Preparing For A New Job Search

    Your cover letter should emphasize the highlights of your work and inform the potential employer of the reasons you are looking for a new job. Don't be embarrassed by financial layoffs in your work experience. Such things are not new, even though the economy has slowed down. You've had good...

    Provided By JJ Acquisition