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What to Expect During an HR Interview? – 5 Questions You’ll Be Asked During a Screening Interview

June 1, 2015 Interviewing

Screening interviews with human resources professionals are a crucial step to getting the job. A good or bad interview with HR will determine how far...

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A Dialogue About Changing Careers between Military Veterans and Civilians

November 13, 2012 Changing Careers

Two military veterans, one career coach, and an HR executive walk into a bar… See below what those parties say about language barriers between HR...

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48 Hours After a Job Rejection

August 30, 2012 The Job Hunt

The 48 hours after a job rejection are critical. They sting even when you really did not want the job. You spent a great deal...

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Stop Depreciating in Value

July 6, 2012 The Job Hunt

Job hunters are like houses waiting to be sold; the longer they are on the market, the harder it is to sell them. In the...

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Write Evidence-based Cover Letters Not Fluff

June 7, 2012 The Job Hunt

Generic cover letters or fluff-filled ones are as bad as showing up to an interview with a grossly stained outfit. Yes, you wore the suit...

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When a Pay Cut or Demotion Makes Sense

May 31, 2012 Changing Careers

Changing careers requires sacrifices. You may have to give up a prestigious title and its accompanying compensation to enter a new field. Yet, it’s difficult...

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Writing a Résumé Should Hurt

May 10, 2012 The Job Hunt

A résumé enables you to put your best foot forward so be painfully thoughtful about its content. It must showcase only your MOST impressive accomplishments and selecting...

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