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Do’s and Don’ts of Resume Writing

A great résumé is still one of the most important contributing factors to landing a good job. After all, it offers recruiters and potential employers a quick and clear overview of your relevant skills, experience, and education so they can decide whether to invite you for an interview or not. And if successful, it helps sway the first of many decisions you want to go your way through any job search process. However, no matter

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4 Great Answers for “Why Are You Interested in This Job?”

  Be Specific Before going into an interview, it’s understood that you should do research. It’s not enough to know the name and industry of the company – do your best to dig deep! It’s better to be over-prepared than to be caught off-guard. When I was 16, I interviewed for a part-time position at a jewelry store – the hiring manager asked if I knew in what year the company was founded! Once you’ve covered

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(April) Fool-Proof the Hiring Process!

April Fool’s Day is here and so are some tips to fool-proofing your hiring process to avoid law-suits! Avoid law-suits by ensuring a blind hiring process with these three simple techniques. 1.) Accept applications exclusively online. Instruct applicants to remove their birth dates, graduation dates, and personal information from resumes and cover letters before submitting them. 2.) Have someone who won’t be involved in the interview process make the initial availability calls. 3.) Screen applications with computer software

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