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  How to Approach an Interview
by Lance Westen - Jun, 2006
You have been invited by a prospective employer to an interview. Congratulations! The vast majority of the people applying for the same job opening were not invited, as the typical interviewer selects only a few of the top prospects, based upon a resume, application, or both. From a competitive point of view, your odds of getting the job for which you applied have improved tremendously. Depending upon the particular posi...
 
  Human Resources is Not Your Enemy
by Lance Westen - Jun, 2006
For many job seekers, the Human Resources department of your potential new employer is viewed as the enemy. The thought is that if you could just get past the evil gatekeepers, you are certain that you could convince your new manager that you are perfect for their open position. The reality of the Human Resources department is completely different. For just a few minutes, consider the process of finding the top potential...
 
  The First Thing to Say at an Interview
by Lance Westen - Jun, 2006
Congratulations! You have been invited by a prospective employer to an interview. The vast majority of the people applying for the same job opening were not invited, as the typical interviewer selects only a few of the top prospects, based upon a resume, application, or both. Of course, the first action upon meeting the interviewer, or multiple interviewers, will be an introduction, including exchanging names and handshake...
 
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