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Category Archives: Interview Preparation

The Top 10 Cities For Jobseekers

It is no secret that there are some cities that are better places for candidates that are searching for jobs. For example, New York City will hopefully be a much better place to look for an information technology or systems … Continue reading

Posted in College Students & New Grads, Employers, Engineering, Executive Level, Health Care, Hiring Trends & Data, Human Resources, Information Technology, Interview Preparation, Job Searching, Mountain Region: Mark Doyle, National: Ben Kertner, Niche: Ben Kertner, North Central Region: Lee Reynolds, North Eastern Region: Barry Markson, South Central Region: Clint Bannerman, South Eastern Region: Brian Dillon, Uncategorized, Western Region: Garrett Stenson | Comments Off on The Top 10 Cities For Jobseekers

Mobile App Developer: Best Job of The Future?

Will being a Mobile App Developer guarantee future employment? Is it the best job for the future?   Wanted Analytics makes the case:   ITCareerFinder.com recently named Mobile App Developers as the “Best Computer Job For the Future.” We thought … Continue reading

Posted in College Students & New Grads, Employers, Engineering, Hiring Trends & Data, Interview Preparation, Job Searching, Mountain Region: Mark Doyle, National: Ben Kertner, Niche: Ben Kertner, North Central Region: Lee Reynolds, North Eastern Region: Barry Markson, South Central Region: Clint Bannerman, South Eastern Region: Brian Dillon, Western Region: Garrett Stenson | Comments Off on Mobile App Developer: Best Job of The Future?

Best Careers of 2011-So How Did That Work Out?

Wanted Analytics brings us this data regarding Best Career fields for 2011: “As we approach the end of the year, we thought we’d return to the list of the “50 Best Careers of 2011” pubished by US News to see if the … Continue reading

Posted in College Students & New Grads, Employers, Engineering, Executive Level, Health Care, Hiring Trends & Data, Human Resources, Information Technology, Interview Preparation, Job Searching, Mountain Region: Mark Doyle, National: Ben Kertner, Niche: Ben Kertner, North Central Region: Lee Reynolds, North Eastern Region: Barry Markson, South Central Region: Clint Bannerman, South Eastern Region: Brian Dillon | Comments Off on Best Careers of 2011-So How Did That Work Out?

Your Interview Cheat Sheet

It’s not really cheating. It’s a checklist to make sure you’re on track and staying focused. Preparing a sheet will help you feel prepared and confident. This is not a sheet to be memorized or checked during the interview, but … Continue reading

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Seven Steps Toward Making a Good Impression

1. Appearance counts. When you look good, you feel good. Make sure you look groomed and neat. If you were a book, would someone be attracted to your “cover” and want to pursue you further?   2. Your clothes and … Continue reading

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Negotiating in Today’s Job Market

Despite seismic shifts in the job market and their ongoing aftermath since 2001, job market is actually not as bad as most fear. The gloomy job-market picture media has portrayed since then has scared job seekers into retreating to settle … Continue reading

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Best Ways to Ace Your Next Interview

You’re there in the hot seat – sitting across from the interviewer, the person who has the power to give you the job you desperately want, or who can decide to give it to someone else. The pressure is on, … Continue reading

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Head of the Interview Class

Of all the interviews I’ve conducted with prospective employees (hundreds), I can count on one hand the number of interviewees who knew anything about my company or the job I was trying to fill.   Since you’re reading this, you … Continue reading

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Ten Tips to Help You Ace the Interview and Get the Job!

The interview is the “beauty contest” part of the job search process. Interviewers get to compare candidates by asking them similar questions and comparing the answers. Being just the right person for the job won’t help you if you blow … Continue reading

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Being Dined Without the Wine

Dish out your best stuff during a mealtime interview.   You spent the entire day getting grilled with interview questions – it was like an inquisition from the 15th century, minus the guillotine! They liked you so much that they … Continue reading

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