Posts Tagged:job advice

How to: Prepare for an interview

  The interview process varies for every job. After the initial application process, some employers choose to screen candidates further by inviting them to take a test, have a chat on the phone or even prepare a case study before coming in to have a face-to-face interview. All of these steps are equally important in…

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9 candidates who made a major
impression on hiring manangers

In the current job market, any way you can stand above the crowd is a welcome boost. So to find out what bright-eyed candidates could do to prove themselves, we asked nine entrepreneurs from YEC what interviewees had done in the past–or, well, what they wish candidates had done–to differentiate themselves and land the job.…

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5 Difficult Interview Questions
and What they Really Mean

Coming across difficult interview questions can stump you, but taking time to plan on how to answer them will help you endlessly throughout your career. Webrecruit looks at answering five of the most difficult interview questions, and what they really mean. Where do you see yourself in 5 years’ time? Interviewers and hiring managers use…

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