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For the long-term unemployed, remaining upbeat in the job search can seem like a super human feat. Feelings of despair and bitterness are understandable. It is important however, to make it a point to deal with those feelings privately, and not carry them with you into a job interview. It is human nature to respond …

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Job seekers often have to contend with much disappointment along the way to securing a job. So when you have success in securing an interview, it is important to take a moment to stop and celebrate this victory!

After congratulating yourself for the win of securing an interview, get right back to work and prepare for this opportunity. If you …

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Interviewing gurus and career professionals have advised jobseekers for years to practice and focus the interview around the hiring company’s needs and expectations, however, some jobseekers still fail to properly prepare.

When the stakes are high, preparation is essential; a star witness at a trial, for example, or the President answering pointed questions from the press …

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Never heard of informational interviews?

That’s a shame, because they can be a powerful tool in your job search toolkit. Unlike a formal job interview, where the spotlight shines ever so brightly on you, this interview allow you to shine a light on someone else.

An informal networking meeting between you and an industry professional, an informational interview, …

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Job fairs can be an overwhelming experience – many people milling about, nervous energy in abundance, and lots of pressure to impress.

Here are some tips to help you navigate your next job fair to help keep anxiety at a minimum and have the best experience possible:

Arrive early. Job fairs tend to get very crowded …

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Regulatory uncertainty has become commonplace as new standards are being sorted out on the state, federal, and international levels. Financial services professionals should be nimble in adjusting business and operating models to increase profitability. Additionally, candidates should be aware of how to use data analytics techniques to drive business value.

While much focus has been given to the baby boom generation’s …

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Many of us were raised not to judge others by their appearance. Society has made it a moral imperative to go beyond the superficial and not ascribe personality traits or a level of intelligence to others based on looks. But guess what?  We still do it.

Everyday we make decisions about others within seconds of meeting …

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While many companies are taking advantage of Skype technology to conduct long distance interviews, at some point in the interview process, you may be traveling to meet your prospective employer. Interviews are stressful enough – add in the worry that can come from traveling to an unfamiliar place, and long distance interviews can cause you …

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While face-to-face interviews are the ideal, a growing number of companies are opting to meet job candidates virtually for at least one interview. While certainly more convenient, this could turn into a missed opportunity for you, if you aren’t ready.

12 Tips for Virtual Interviews:

1) Know your technology and test it in plenty of time before your interview …

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Job interviews are not limited to conference rooms and human resources offices. Employers often like to evaluate prospective hires during a business meal. Not so much about a dining experience, this interview allow recruiters and hiring managers to assess a candidate’s social and communication skills in a more easy-going setting than a stuffy office environment. But. …

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