Answer the job interview question — why did you leave your job when you were fired — needs to be done very carefully without trashing anyone or appearing to be a potential problem if hired.
When you are invited back for a second or third interview, ask these 5 questions to see if you want to the job and whether or not you will like your manager.
Succeed in your next job interview by following these job interview do’s and avoiding these job interview don’ts.
Susan Joyce offers 10 types of research in 2021 that will prepare you to impress employers in your next job interview.
When you need to turn down a job interview invitation, do it carefully and quickly, hopefully not permananetly shutting the door on that potential employer.
Answer the ‘Why do you want to work here?’ question by focusing on the benefit to the employer of hiring you and demonstrating your knowledge about the employer and the job, as the sample answers show.
Top recruiter Jeff Lipschultz offers savvy advice for differentiating yourself from other candidates with smart answers to the 21 most common job interview questions in 2021.
People are fired every day — for good reason and for no reason at all. It happens to most of us, at least once, which is probably not much consolation when it happens to you. Being fired is very similar to being laid off, except that being fired is usually a solitary experience with no […]
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Rosa E. Vargas describes steps you can take to recover from being fired by a Fortune 500 employer.
If you want to work for a large, well-known employer, Susan P. Joyce shares some of the advantages and disadvantages of working for a Fortune 500 employer after having worked for one for more than 10 years.
Follow these 5 steps to be very well prepared for your next interview. This research will take less than 30 minutes but will help you to understand the good and the potential bad aspects of the employer plus the commute and the news.
Use these 50 Google searches to help you avoid taking a job with a bad employer or to discover if the employer is having layoffs or if layoffs may be pending soon.
To be more effective using Google for searching the Internet, read this post to understand the ground rules of Google search so Google provides you with the best results for you.
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A collection of free information from Job-Hunt about using Google more effectively for your job search.
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