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USA Today College – 4 questions you should never ask in a job interview

In this article published in USA Today College, HerCampus.com lists, 4 questions you should never ask in a job interview. Read an excerpt for the article below. Read Full Article By: Her Campus So you scored an interview with the company you’ve been dying to work for next summer! You showed up on time, dressed […]

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Mashable: 5 Common Job Interview Mistakes to Avoid

In this article from Mashable, Brie Weiler Reynolds describes “5 Common Job Interview Mistakes to Avoid“. Read an excerpt of Weiler Reynolds’ article below. Read Full Article In a time when job seekers can send literally hundreds of applications without hearing back from employers, the invitation to a job interview can feel like winning the […]

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WSJ: How in-person contact can win you the job you want

In this article for The Wall Street Journal’s blog, On the Job, Ruth Mantell explains, How in-person contact can win you the job you want. Read an excerpt from Mantell’s article below. Read Full Article Conventional wisdom says that meeting people in person is important for career advancement. Making a positive impression could move your resume higher […]

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On Careers: 9 Things Not to Ask in a Job Interview

In her article for U.S. News and World Report’s On Careers, Lindsay Olson lists, 9 Things Not to Ask in a Job Interview. Questions listed in Olson’s article include: What does the company do? How flexible is the company? Who do I speak with about vacation time? Read on to see the full list

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Video: Discussing Salary in a Job Interview

In this video from About.com, learn how to discuss salary during a job interview. About.com Video Quick Tips: Discussing Salary in a Job Interview 

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How Parents Can Help Their Kids Look for a Job

In her blog for U.S. News & World Report, Alison Green explains How Parents Can Help Their Kids Look for a Job. Advice from this article include: Don’t fill out or send in job applications for your child. Never, ever contact an employer on your child’s behalf. Teach your job-seeking child about professional demeanor. Read […]

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When the First Interview is a Phone Call

New York Times article, When the First Interview is a Phone Call, Phyllis Korkki helps job seekers prepare for a phone interview. Read an excerpt from Korkki’s article. Read Full Article With companies sometimes receiving hundreds of applications for a single job, it is becoming more common for hiring managers to conduct initial screening interviews over […]

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Job Interview Follow-Up

In this article for About.com, David Nassief describes Job Interview Follow-Up Read an excerpt from Nassief’s article. Read Full Article Wait I Thought the Job Interview Was Over? The average applicant thinks the interview is over when they leave the interview that day. For many average applicants they are right it is over. For the […]

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How to Follow Up After a Job Interview

Check out this In Pictures slide show from Forbes Magazine, How to Follow Up After a Job Interview Advice from this slide show: Send an e-mail, not a handwritten note. Late is better than never Focus on the interviewer Even if you blew the interview, do follow up View full slide show

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How to Ask For an Interview

The StarkJobs.com Spring Job Fair is today. Check out this Howcast video to learn How to Ask for an Interview. How to Ask for an Interview

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