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  Three Good Ways to Answer the “What’s Your Weakness?” Question
by Lauren Randa Hasson - Feb, 2009
It’s the most dreaded question in any job interview: “What’s your greatest weakness?” Everyone fears it, and no one knows how to answer it. Plenty of us have tried to pass off canned answers like “I’m too much of a perfectionist” or the always popular “I’m a bit of a workaholic.” If you haven’t found out already, these just don’t work. Chances are your interviewer has heard them before. So she’ll probably turn around and...
 
  Tips to Prepare for Your Phone Interview
by Lauren Randa Hasson - Feb, 2009
Have a phone interview? Congratulations! This is your big chance to make that all-important first impression. Yes, there is some pressure. Just because it’s a phone call doesn’t mean it’s any less crucial to you getting the job. You don’t need to stress out over it — you can do this! — but you do need to prepare. Want some help? These seven steps will get you ready to ace your phone interview. 1. Set a Time in Advance...
 
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