Category: Resume Writing and Interview Tips

The New Interview Questions – What Did You Accomplish?

It’s not enough that there’s been a pandemic, millions of people got laid off, graduates are struggling to find jobs…and now you need to think about new interview questions. The interview questions that everyone will have to answer, especially recent grads is “What did you do during the pandemic of 2020? Or How did you […]

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5 Things Graduates Can Do To Prepare for The Job Search

As spring is approaching, it also means that college graduation is right around the corner. Everybody will take different routes on where they are heading after school; graduate school, full time job, taking time off to travel, or explore options in general. However, there are a few things that all college graduates should begin to […]

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Video Interview Tips for Job Seekers

Even though the spread of the coronavirus has dramatically slowed life down for most, many companies are still hiring – but, the process has changed. Instead of your typical in-person interview, the new normal for many businesses is to conduct their interviews over the phone or via video. So, with video interview becoming the new […]

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Phone Interviewing Tips When Working From Home

Good news! The job you applied for likes your background! They want to do a phone interview to start the process, seems easy enough, right? The answer should be yes, but if you are not prepared, the phone interview can go horribly wrong and take you right out of the running. All you have to […]

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The 3 E’s of Interviewing

As you evaluate potential new hires for your team, using the 3 E’s to drive interviews can result in a streamlined process for your current employees, a great candidate experience, and hopefully a successful hire! The 3 E’s are Efficient, Effective and Emotion. We will dive into each one and give you some ideas to […]

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10 Tips for a Successful Phone Interview

Good news! The job you applied for likes your background! They want to do a phone interview to start the process, seems easy enough, right? The answer should be yes, but if you are not prepared, the phone interview can go horribly wrong and take you right out of the running.

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