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The Weekly Roundup: Crush That Interview, Part 2

The Weekly Roundup: Crush That Interview, Part 2

Be prepared or suffer the consequences

How to master your next interview with expert advice and tips from around the web Read More »

She's On a Mission to Help the Long-Term Unemployed Find Jobs

She's On a Mission to Help the Long-Term Unemployed Find Jobs

AOL Jobs catches up with Abby Kohut in San Diego

'Absolutely Abby' Kohut is on a cross country mission to help one million long-term unemployed Americans find jobs. Read More »

Why Honesty Is Not The Best Policy At Your Exit Interview

Why Honesty Is Not The Best Policy At Your Exit Interview

6 reasons against speaking the whole truth

In some cases, the truth hurts - and it could come back to bite you. Read More »

The Weekly Roundup: Crush That Interview

The Weekly Roundup: Crush That Interview

You've got one shot. Make it count

How to nail your next interview with resources from around the web. Read More »

The Real Reason You Didn't Get That Job

The Real Reason You Didn't Get That Job

It's all in the feet, researchers say

Researchers at the University of Kansas say people can accurately judge 90 percent of a person's personality by the shoes they wear. Read More »

​The Perfect Interview Outfit For Every Job

​The Perfect Interview Outfit For Every Job

Consider your appearance as another part of the job application

Your appearance is just as important as your resume when you interview. Read More »

6 Ways You May Be Misapplying Job Search Advice

6 Ways You May Be Misapplying Job Search Advice

Hiring managers can tell when you oversell yourself

Six common ways you might take good career advice and execute it poorly. Read More »

8 Power Poses That Make Successful Employees

8 Power Poses That Make Successful Employees

Just assuming a confident pose will give you a power boost

There is scientific evidence to support the beneficial effects of power posing. Read More »

Why You Should Never Say 'I Don't Know' In a Job Interview

Why You Should Never Say 'I Don't Know' In a Job Interview

Interviewers will challenge you so be ready

Saying 'I don't know' tells the interviewer that you're not prepared and can't think on your feet. Read More »

4 Tips That Will Make Your Video Job Interview A Breeze

4 Tips That Will Make Your Video Job Interview A Breeze

Lose that prominently displayed swimsuit calendar!

Essential tips for nailing webcam interviews using Google Hangout, Skype and private platforms. They are ever more common to save time in the hiring process. Read More »

Things You Wish You Could Say to Your Interviewer

Things You Wish You Could Say to Your Interviewer

'My boss is a real jerk' tops the list

In an interview, there are some things better left unsaid if you want to leave the best impression and land the job. Read More »

The Best Kind Of Interviewee Is An Active One

The Best Kind Of Interviewee Is An Active One

Make it a conversation, not an interrogation

Breathe life into your interview by taking an active role. Here are ways to demonstrate your capabilities by employing the classic skills of a sales call. Read More »

Why Companies Give You The Post-Interview Silent Treatment

Why Companies Give You The Post-Interview Silent Treatment

Feel like employers and recruiters are leading you on?

These are the most common reasons employers give you the cold shoulder after a job interview. Read More »

How I Landed a Great Job in 5 Months After 50

How I Landed a Great Job in 5 Months After 50

Age vs. relevance: When interviewing, master the 4Rs

Know how you're different and don't be afraid to demonstrate it. There is hope and opportunity in the job market after age 50. Read More »

How Showing You Care Will Get You The Job

How Showing You Care Will Get You The Job

70 percent of people are disengaged from their work, study says

Companies look for engagement in job candidates -- and that's more than just good morale and camaraderie. Read More »

Add Storytelling To The Interview Process

Add Storytelling To The Interview Process

Connect with the interviewer by telling a story

Color your interview with stories to make yourself memorable. Read More »

Would You Let Your Parents Interview On Your Behalf?

Would You Let Your Parents Interview On Your Behalf?

Of course mom will have only nice things to say

Some millennials may be taking things too far by having their parents talk to hiring managers. Read More »

How to Answer:

How to Answer: "What Have You Been Doing While Unemployed?"

Plan a quick, smooth response to this question ahead of time

If you are out of work, whether it is for the short or long term, you can expect this question to pop up at in interview. Read More »

Interviewing? You Need To Ask These 7 Questions

Interviewing? You Need To Ask These 7 Questions

Gauge answers for red flags

At the end of an interview you have the opportunity to pose your carefully prepared questions to the hiring manager. Here's a list of essential questions to ask. Read More »

3 Steps To Walk Into An Interview Feeling Confident

3 Steps To Walk Into An Interview Feeling Confident

You'll just need 45 minutes of prep time

If you feel good about yourself at an interview, it will show -- and your prospective employer will notice. Read More »

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