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As new technologies change the face of business, they are also changing how business gets done. An increasing number of employees are working from home or on the road, which makes the job of the network administrator a critical one to ensuring the smooth flow of communication.

Job candidates in networking and computer systems should have …

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Weakness, me? It’s the interview question that candidates dread and some employers love to ask, “What’s your greatest weakness?”  

A common fear among jobseekers is that answering this question flies in the face of the goal of the interview–to convey how awesome you are.  Merely answering this question is acknowledgment that not everything about you is …

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What is a Behavioral Interview?

Behavioral interviews are based on the premise that the best way to predict the future is to examine past behavior.  Behavioral interviewing is becoming more widespread and many employers prefer these questions as they feel that they help to make more accurate hiring decisions.  Questions are designed to elicit responses from the …

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Maybe you are comfortable as the belle of the ball, or perhaps you prefer to hold up the wall at social gatherings. No matter what your comfort level with being the center of attention, in a job interview, all eyes will be on you.  One or more people will be doing their darndest to suss out …

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Hopefully as a new college graduate, this isn’t the first time you have heard of LinkedIn. As one of the most widely used professional networking sites, its benefits are not limited to working professionals or jobseekers with more experience. So, how can it help you?

Build a More Professional Online Presence

When you apply for a job, potential …

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Design is an evolving industry with a highly specialized skill set required for entry and career progression. Creativity alone will not be enough to be competitive for today’s design jobs. The ability to be collaborative with a team that includes non-creative types can be crucial to job success.

Many designers love the craft of what they …

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If you are preparing for an upcoming interview, there is no way of knowing the exact questions you will be asked. You can, however, anticipate general areas that will be covered and prepare accordingly. The more you know about yourself, the position, and the company, the more impressive you will be. Preparation is essential to success!

The following …

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Of all interviews, a panel interview can be the most stressful because you find yourself trying to sway several decision-makers rather than one or two. The familiar bit of advice — try to relate to the interviewer — can be difficult in a panel interview when there are so many faces staring back at you.

 4 TIPS …

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Been to a job fair lately? So many people milling about, nervous energy in abundance, and lots of pressure to impress. Before you turn on your heel and run for the hills, take a deep breath and approach the experience one step at a time.

1) Arrive early. Recruiters are human and get tired at the end …

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Cold temperatures may tempt you to hibernate for the winter, especially if you don’t have an interview on the horizon. And while taking periodic (short) breaks from the job search can help you revitalize and renew, too much time away can leave your search idling in neutral.  So, instead of binge-watching Netflix, use the downtime effectively and …

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