How Many Job Interviews Should Companies Conduct?

As we know, the job search tends to be stressful. And that especially applies to the interview stage of the process. In some cases, firms conduct numerous interviews with their best candidates. We realize that job candidates get frustrated by this. But are even firms well served by that approach? Today, we address this question. […]

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Job Interview Tips Infographic

The job interview has been a staple of Evans on Marketing posts. Today, we show a job interview tips infographic. Also, take a look at these prior posts: Job Interview Preparation Tips Being Real on a Job Interview! Be on Your BEST Behavior When Interviewing Are You Ready for a Months-Long Job Interview? Why You […]

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Job Interview Preparation Tips

The job interview may be the KEY step in the job search process. (First, you write a great resume to secure interviews!) With that in mind, this post tackles job interview preparation tips. These are a few prior posts on the job interview.   Being Real on a Job Interview!   Be on Your BEST Behavior When […]

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Being Real on a Job Interview!

When going on job interviews, regardless of the level of the position, presenting yourself as authentic is essential. Over-inflating your accomplishments or presenting an untrue depiction of your true self often backfires. Shane Parrish, writing for Quora, offers several valuable insights on this topic. How can a potential employer determine if an applicant is actually […]

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A Graduating B School Student Talks About Her Job Search

Guest Blogger Alyson Guarino, Hofstra University _______________________________________________ In a detailed commentary about the post “Are You Ready for a Months-Long Job Interview?”, Alyson Guarino, a graduating Zarb School of Business BBA student [and President of the Student Government Association at Hofstra] wrote the following about her job search. There are many lessons for job and […]

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Are You Ready for a Months-Long Job Interview?

We know that the job hiring process is much tougher today than in the past — due to companies’ use of key-word computer software to pre-screen resumes, the downsizing of several major companies, and the number of applicants for each good job. But, another disheartening trend for job seekers is the longer hiring process used […]

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Why You Aren’t Acing Your Interview

Are you doing your best on job interviews? No matter how good we are, there are also tips from which we can learn to do better. Consider several tips from Interview Success Formula, an interviewing consultancy. They are presented in a non-threatening animated format. Note: Within this video, ISF also mentions its proprietary $97 online […]

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Are You Passionate Enough in Your Job Search?

It is not just our qualifications that determine whether we get a desired job. It is also the passion we display about getting and doing that job during the interview stage of the hiring process. Consider these observations from Jessica Simko, writing for Careerealism: “You [should] understand why a person who may be less qualified than you […]

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“How to Create a Personal Brand Without Being a Jerk”

This is an interesting article title, right? Yet, it’s true. We need to communicate who we are and why we are the right applicant for a job — without coming across as too cocky or arrogant. As Joshua Waldman writes for Careerealism.com: “Branding is a very creative process. So, put on your creativity hat. Seriously. […]

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More Tips on Questions to Ask During a Job Interview

It’s always good for you to ask questions during your interview, not just to answer questions (see this post, for example). So, with that in mind, let’s consider this advice from Brazen Life, a lifestyle and career blog for ambitious young professionals: “It’s ’s common advice among job seekers: when you’re interviewing, you need to […]

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