Monthly Archives: August 2012

8 Signs That You Aced Your Job Interview

Not sure if you did well on your job interview? Here are 8 signs that you aced it in a great article written by Ritika Trikha for CareerBliss.

Quick Interview Tips #17-20!

17. Be aware of the interviewer’s body language and adapt yours to match theirs.
18. If the tone or content of a question throws you “off-balance”, don’t be afraid to buy time to regain your composure and collect your thoughts.  In that case, you might say, “Do you mind if I take a minute to collect my thoughts. 
19. If you can’t answer a question don’t just say, “No”.  Say “no, however I have done something similar at ABC Company”.
20. Remember that you are interviewing the company as well.

“Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.” –Theodore Roosevelt

“Far and away the best p…

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How to Prepare for an Entry-Level Interview

How to Prepare for an Entry-Level Interview

Entry- level Interviews can be tough. Here is some great advice courtesy of Careerealism! 

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“Everybody has talent, but ability takes hard work.” ― Michael Jordan

“Everybody has talent, …

9 Ways to Practice Being a Humble Leader

9 Ways to Practice Being a Humble Leader

Great article by Pontish Yeramyan, Founder and CEO, Gap International, published in Huffington Post!

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Quick Interview Tips #11-16!

11. Send a thank you letter via email to your recruiter, not directly to the interviewer/client.  Your recruiter will forward to the interviewer/client.
12. Be aware of your language.  Avoid vocal filters such as “like”, “um”, “you know”.
13. Answer questions within 60 seconds or your will lose your listener, don’t ramble.
14. Make sure that you show interest in and enthusiasm for working for the employer.
15. Be prepared, but don’t sound rehearsed.
16. Expect to hear, “tell me about yourself”.


Check back for more tips next week!

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