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Intern Gets Fired Before He Starts Because Of One Typo

Intern Gets Fired Before He Starts Because Of One Typo

Career counselors frequently caution college students that their flipflops and textspeaks may cause problems in the workplace. One undergrad apparently didn't heed the warnings, and was denied an internship for failing to capitalize one word. On his blog, best-selling author Jeff Pearlman reports the plight of... Read More »

Job Interview: What to Do Before, During and After Your Interview

Job Interview: What to Do Before, During and After Your Interview

Job interviews can be overwhelming at times. Sometimes it seems like there is so much to remember. Forgetting one important detail could be the deal breaker so it pays to be prepared. I turned to Carole Martin, the Interview Coach, for some tips on what to do before, during, and after the job interview. Read More »

5 Post Interview Etiquette Tips

5 Post Interview Etiquette Tips

Once you land an interview for your dream job, it may seem as if the worst is already over. The truth is, what you do after the interview is just as important as what you do during the interview. Proper post-interview etiquette ensures that the hiring manager won't forget you, and gives you yet another chance... Read More »

Follow Up After an Interview Without Being a Pest

Follow Up After an Interview Without Being a Pest

Comparisons between job hunting and dating are common, and never are they more true than when it comes to the follow-up. After a date, you want to let the other person know you're interested, but you don't want to appear desperate. Plus, you don't want to feel foolish if he or she had no intention of... Read More »

Five Reasons to Send A Thank You Letter After an Interview

Five Reasons to Send A Thank You Letter After an Interview

Thank you letters are an excellent self-marketing tool and a critical component of your job search strategy. The time spent crafting a targeted thank you letter after an interview will be well spent and can contribute to a more credible and efficient search. Below are five reasons to incorporate thank you... Read More »

Acing a Phone Interview in 5 Steps

Acing a Phone Interview in 5 Steps

With a higher applicant pool these days, many employers are conducting phone interviews to weed out people who might not fit in well with the company. Love them or hate them, phone interviews have their place in the job market. It gives employers an opportunity to get a feel for an applicant without them... Read More »

7 Ways to Wreck Your Job Interview

7 Ways to Wreck Your Job Interview

Robert Half International Performing well during the job interview is one of the most important steps in the hiring process. Every candidate wants to impress a prospective employer, but, despite their best efforts, not all do. Often, a simple mistake can cause an applicant to blow the entire meeting. Here are... Read More »

Ten Tricks to Acing the Interview

Ten Tricks to Acing the Interview

By Richard Fein Once you have been able to successfully present yourself on paper with a resume and cover letter, it's time to make your case in person. Job interviews, short or long, can be daunting for even the most confident applicant. But interviews can be manageable and even enjoyable if you are prepared.... Read More »

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