Got Interview Nerves?

It is normal to feel nervous when you are preparing for a job interview. The interview can make or break your shot at scoring that new job you have been working hard for. If you go into an interview with your nerves out of sorts, it can harm the impression that you want to leave….

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References

Have a list prepared with reference names, titles, telephone numbers and email addresses, be prepared to describe their relationship to you and include the name of the company as well as dates you worked together. Be prepared to provide three to five references that include managers that you worked for and peers you have worked…

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Interviews

Telephone Interviews In today’s mobile society expect to prepare for telephone interviews. The purpose of conducting a telephone interview is to secure an invitation for an on-site interview. Prepare for a telephone interview much like you would an on-site interview.  Research the company web site, get a copy of the job description if possible, know…

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Resumes

Resumes A resume is a requirement for a successful job search. Your resume should be scannable and readable.  Make sure there are no typo’s, spelling or grammar errors in your resume. Make sure your resume contains current phone numbers including your current cell number and your current email address. Emphasize your most recent five to…

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Cover Letters

Coverletters Understand that a coverletter is a sales tool.  You are the product being sold. 1st Paragraph – tell the receiver why or what you are applying for. 2nd Paragraph – point to experience not on your resume that might be applicable.  Also highlight information on your resume that you want to draw the receivers’…

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