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  Best Questions to Ask During an Interview
by Caitlin McNally - Feb, 2013
When preparing for an interview, it is important to prepare questions that you can ask the interviewer. Not only do you have to make sure the company is the right fit for you, but also by asking questions it shows that you are interested in the company and the position. There are many questions that you could ask during an interview that pertain to specific positions, but provided below is a list of popular questions to...
 
  Job Fair Preparation Tips
by Caitlin McNally - Feb, 2013
Job fairs are a great way to get in front of recruiters. Instead of just sending them your resume, you can talk face-to-face, ask questions and truly make an impression on them. At the same time, job fairs can be very competitive especially if there are many attendees. To make your time at a job fair worthwhile and to stand out in the crowd, here are some tips on how to prepare for job fairs and advice to keep in mind whi...
 
  Starting a New Job on the Right Foot
by Caitlin McNally - Feb, 2013
Starting a new job can be exciting and nerve-racking at the same time. You were chosen for the position and it’s a new beginning, but there are so many questions. Will they like me and will I fit in? What is truly expected of me in my first few days? Am I prepared enough? It’s completely normal to have the first day jitters, but it’s recommended to take some time to prepare to be the new kid on the block. Provided be...
 
  Steer Clear of these Speech Habits in Interviews
by Caitlin McNally - Feb, 2013
Preparation is key in giving a good interview. In addition to studying your prospective employer and brushing up on common interview questions, it is important to examine your speech patterns. Interviewers will judge you not only on the content of your answers, but also on how you convey them. Speech errors can reflect poorly on your confidence, your education, your preparation and your interest in the position. Below...
 
  Why Your Email Address Matters
by Caitlin McNally - Jun, 2011
You may have just updated your resume, fine-tuned your cover letter and discovered that the job of your dreams was recently posted online. You plan to reply to this job with the perfect email that will present yourself as a true professional. To accomplish this, you double and triple-check your email message, resume, and cover letter for spelling and grammar mistakes. No doubt, perfecting every last detail in your email res...
 
  Eight Cover Letter Don'ts
by Caitlin McNally - May, 2011
Many companies will not even look at your resume if you don't include a cover letter. Writing a cover letter will show the company that you really want the position and will allow you to show why you are a good fit for the job. Here are eight cover letter "faux pas" that you will want to avoid when composing a cover letter. 1.) Don’t address the wrong person or company in your cover letter. This will likely disqualify you f...
 
  Top 10 Tips for Phone Interviews
by Caitlin McNally - Feb, 2011
Phone interviews are a crucial first step in the hiring process. The purpose of a phone interview is to narrow down the pool of candidates who will be invited to in-person interviews. Below are tips to make sure you are prepared on how to best present yourself in hope of being chosen to move on to an on-site interview. A phone interview should not be taken lightly since a phone screen is a prerequisite for a face-to-face meeti...
 
  Keeping Your Resume Fresh
by Caitlin McNally - Jan, 2011
Returning to the job hunt can be a difficult adjustment. It can be especially challenging when it has been many years since you last updated your resume. Just as technological and clothing trends go out of style; your resume can quickly become outdated too. The standard resume writing advice of ten or twenty years ago is becoming obsolete today and could potentially do more harm than good for your chances of getting an inte...
 
  Making the Most of Working With a Recruiter
by Caitlin McNally - Dec, 2010
As you know, looking for a job can be challenging and frustrating. This is especially true if you feel you've already utilized all of your resources. If your job search has been ongoing, now is the time to review some of your tools to make sure you're utilizing them to their fullest potential. For instance, have you been making the most of working with your recruiter? Recruiters can work as an extension of your job search a...
 
  Job Search Time Savers during the Holiday Season
by Caitlin McNally - Dec, 2010
The holiday season is upon us and it is hard not to get caught up in the hussle and bussle. Holiday shopping, parties and family get-togethers may make it difficult to find the time to focus on your job search. If you find yourself short on time, here are a few job search strategies you can use that take little time to execute, yet yield great results. Use Metasearch job search engines: Metasearch engines include job sites...
 
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