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1. Work on your CV This has two aspects. First you need to improve the actual CV document, so focus on the way you are presenting the information to an employer. Is the layout correct?

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The main criteria for successful short listing is identifying which essential and desirable qualities matter most to you. This article will give you some suggestions to make sure that you do can sift through

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#1: You are not confident you can do the job at the next level. Going back to that because it’s the number one reason. It’s a tough one to swallow, I give you that. You

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Here are the top employee qualities: 1. Communicator: Employers love to hire employees who have the ability to communicate well and express themselves in a clear manner, whether in writing or speaking. Inaccurate/inappropriate communication between employees

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Although job interviews often feel like an interrogation, they're meant to be a conversation between you and a potential employer. Asking plenty of questions during a job interview can not only help you build a dialogue, but it can also help you evaluate if the job is right for you.

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No matter how much you prepare there’s often the possibility that your interviewer may have one or two questions up their sleeve designed to catch you out. What may seem like an unremarkable question may actually be a window for you to slip up.

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Be likable. Obvious? And critical. Making a great first impression and establishing a real connection is everything. Smile, make eye contact, be enthusiastic, sit forward in your chair, use the interviewer's name.... Be yourself, but be the best version of yourself you possibly can. We all want to work with people we like and who like us. Use that basic fact to your advantage. Few candidates do.

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These days employers are inundated with job applications therefore you have to be prepared to sell yourself and stand out from the crowd.  So what happens when you do land that all important first

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Your Second Job Interview

Posted by | September 11, 2014 | Interviewee

You’re feeling great after your first interview for a job with a prospective employer and you’re told to expect a call back from human resources about setting up a second interview. When you do get that

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How to Conduct a Job Interview – Pt. 1

Wasting time during an interview can cost you more money than you might think. Use this guide to improve your interviewing technique and avoid making hiring mistakes. At first blush, the job interview can seem

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