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FOLLOWING UP AFTER AN INTERVIEW

  FOLLOWING UP AFTER AN INTERVIEW Comparisons between job hunting and dating are common, and never are they truer than when it comes to the follow-up after the initial interview or first date, according to an article fromCareerBuilder.com. After either meeting, if you’re interested you want to let the other person know, but you don’t […]

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Unemployed Interview Tips to Stand Out

Interview Tips to Help You Stand Out  In today’s ultracompetitive job market, even getting an interview is a feat. Yet, according to an article in The Wall Street Journal, recruiters and hiring managers say many unemployed candidates blow the opportunity by appearing desperate or bitter about their situations—often without realizing it. For example, recruiters have […]

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Career Report March, 2006 — Issue 73

Disclosing Pay in the Job Search When should you divulge your salary to a prospective employer? According to an article in The Wall Street Journal, many businesses want to know an applicants’ latest pay during the early stages of the hiring process. But that often can present a dilemma with no simple solution. If you […]

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