Great “Weaknesses” During a Job Interview

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Great “Weaknesses” During a Job Interview
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There are some questions that always seem to pop up during a job interview, such as what you did in your last job and what your strengths are. Most people don’t know what to say when an employer asks about your weaknesses. You don’t want to say anything that would hurt your chances of getting
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How to Improve Your Chances After a Job Interview 
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Finding a new job is a process, and most job searches fail because people end the process too early. A well-planned resume and perfectly executed interview are important steps, but the process doesn’t end there. If you want that new job, then follow through to the last step: the follow-up. Here’s three ways to improve your
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What Nobody Wants to Read on Your Cover Letter
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You need a strong cover letter in your job search that highlights why you’re the best candidate for this particular job. Most applicants fail to write a cover letter that helps them get an interview or further consideration. Here are some of the things applicants include that hurt their chances. Your Entire Life Story Many
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What to Wear on a Job Interview
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Going to a job interview can be stressful. You want to make the best impression, prove you’ll fit into corporate culture, and land the job of your dreams. This can be a difficult task when first impressions and flash judgements can knock you out of the running from just a single glance. You want to
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3 Worst Things to Say to Employers
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If you were an employer for a day, you might find yourself surprised to hear what job applicants say to employers during interviews, at job fairs, and at a networking event. While you might not say these things intentionally, they do get said. To increase your chances of getting the job, make sure you don’t
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The Most Hidden Secret About Career Transitions
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I sat at a booth at a local university’s internship fair. Young twenty-somethings dressed in ill-fitting suits their parents bought them. I knew there would be low turnout for writing majors because there always was. Writers become harder to find each year. A frantic young woman came over to me, with her arms flailing about.
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3 Sneaky and Genius Ways to Find Unlisted Jobs
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Many jobs go unlisted.  These jobs include some at the most desirable employers and positions at new startups where owners don’t have time to solicit for help. Because they’re not listed, there’s less competition so you’re more likely to get the job. Here are 3 ways you can use to secure these jobs. Talk to
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Show Up 10 Minutes Early to an Interview to Be On-Time
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For employers, scheduling interviews takes time and resources away from their primary operations. Whatever they would have been doing, they set that work aside to have an interview with you for the possibility you’ll fill that open job. When you don’t show up to a job interview, it costs the employer money and frustrates them.
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