Job interviews

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One third of Millennials think it’s OK to text during the job interview

Elizabeth Bromstein| Feb 24, 2015 07:38 pm


New report suggests Millennials have some pretty alarming ideas when it comes to job interviews. A full third think it’s OK to text during the interview. What else do they think is OK?



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What employers are really trying to find out about you in job interviews

Elizabeth Bromstein| Feb 20, 2015 09:56 pm


There is a standard set of questions hiring managers ask in job interviews. But here’s what they’re really trying to find out.



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The rudest rejection letter ever?

Insult to injury: The worst candidate rejection letter ever?

Peter Harris| Feb 13, 2015 10:12 pm


Most job seekers agree that one of the biggest breaches of etiquette that employers commit is in not replying to them at all after job interviews. Nope. This is way worse.



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Woman with coffee

Eight things not to bring to the job interview

Elizabeth Bromstein| Feb 11, 2015 08:48 pm


Job interview time! You got your light reading material for the commute, your snack, your coffee, your mom. All set, right? Wrong.



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Hiring manager shares her perspective step-by-step through a job interview

Who gets hired: Hiring manager shares her perspective on every step of a job interview

Colleen Clarke| Feb 5, 2015 05:22 pm


Human Resources consultant who has interviewed hundreds of candidates gives the inside scoop on how most encounters look from the hiring manager’s side of the desk. Here’s what this can mean for candidates.



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Woman in a job interview

The three worst questions to ask in a job interview and what to ask instead

Elizabeth Bromstein| Feb 4, 2015 08:34 pm


You must ask questions in a job interview, but not just any questions. Here are three you shouldn’t ask and three to ask instead.



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How to ace the most common job interview questions

Ten questions you are sure to be asked in every job interview (and how to answer them)

Peter Harris| Jan 19, 2015 10:02 pm


Wouldn’t it be a whole lot easier to ace your next job interview if you knew what the employer was going to ask you in advance? We thought so too. So here is your cheat sheet for the questions that always come up.



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Man telling a story with two women listening

Things every job seeker and professional should know: how to tell a story

Elizabeth Bromstein| Jan 8, 2015 07:07 pm


Career and networking experts talk a lot about the value of listening. At the other end of the spectrum, though, is another important skill: the ability to tell a story.



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Man shaking hands at an interview

The most embarrassing job interview mistakes

Elizabeth Bromstein| Dec 22, 2014 05:51 pm


A new survey reveals the most embarrassing job interview mistakes hiring managers have heard of or witnessed candidates making. The list is a mixture of seemingly innocent oopsies and egregious etiquette errors.



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Man smiling a big white toothed smile

New research says doing this in job interviews can seriously harm your chances

Elizabeth Bromstein| Dec 22, 2014 03:58 pm


New research suggests this body language mistake could cost you the job, particularly in more serious fields. This backs up what we’ve already been told by experts, so you should probably be aware.



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