All posts tagged: being prepared for a job interview

How to Rock Your Phone and Video Interviews

The average job posting has more than 250 applicants. Recruiters are looking for ways to screen applicants quickly and efficiently, which is why they are increasingly turning to phone and video interviews during the early stages of the screening process. At this stage, recruiters are looking for three things: Interest – You may be thinking, “I wouldn’t have applied for the […]

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Interview Feedback & Why It’s Important

The last thing anyone might want to do after receiving a rejection is to ask your interviewer for feedback. All I would want to do in that situation, especially if I felt very confident about the interview, is dig into a pint of ice cream. But, let’s put the spoon away for a second and think of this as an […]

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You Can Never Make a Second First Impression!

We are constantly making first impressions in our personal and professional lives. We make them when meeting new friends, at school events, social events, for business and most importantly when interviewing for a job! Unfortunately, we have no control over someone’s first impression when meeting us. However, we can do some things to help with first impressions at a job […]

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