Resumes / Interviews

  • 10 Common Questions Asked in Job Interviews

    Worried about an upcoming interview? Prepare yourself by learning some of the most common job interview questions asked. Craft your answers beforehand, and come prepared.
    By Andrea Campbell January 3, 2012 

  • Are You Over the Age of 40 and Also Overqualified? Overcoming These Dilemmas

    Do you possess what HR experts call the double-whammy? Are you over 40 and considered overqualified for today’s job market? Age should not be a factor when recruiters are looking to hire but if often is and if you’re overqualified...
    By Jean Scheid November 17, 2011 

  • How to Write a Cover Letter When You’re Overqualified for the Job

    When it’s time for you to face a job search after losing your primo job what happens if you feel overqualified for every job you find? There are ways around your extra-expertise and here, we’ll offer a great cover letter with tips and...
    By Jean Scheid November 9, 2011 

  • The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Resume Writing

    Some people do very good things when they're putting their resumes together. Other people make mistakes that are just bad, and sometimes we do things that are downright ugly! If you want to dazzle people like the Man With No Name, then get out...
    By Linda Richter October 30, 2011 

  • Are You Ready for Your Interview? Take Our Quiz!

    Preparing for a job interview involves learning about the company to find out its history, market share and strategic goals. Learn how to develop the skills necessary to converse effectively with an interviewer to convey your experience. Take this quiz...
    By Tara Duggan October 18, 2011 

  • The Insider's Guide to Skype Interview Preparation

    Having a job interview over the Skype is very different from chatting with your uncle who lives in Australia. Having worked on three continents in as many years, I've had my share of Skype interviews and along the way I've put together this short...
    By Charles M Bowen October 15, 2011 

  • Make Any of These Ten Mistakes, and You Won't Get That Job

    Are you having trouble finding a job? If so, following are ten ways not to get hired - it might be the case that you're making one of these mistakes. How many of these things are you guilty of? Learn what you should never do in your job search...
    By Mike White October 15, 2011 

  • The First Minute May Be the Most Important Part of Your Job Interview

    A recruiter forms an opinion of a job seeker before the question and answer session even begins. Is it possible to lose the position within the first minute of walking into the interview room? Yes! At the same time, you can take steps to make...
    By Sylvia Cochran October 14, 2011 

  • Let Twitter Come to Your Aid When Job Seeking

    Ever want to know how other people find jobs that you cannot find? A lot of hiring managers, job recruiters and decision makers are turning to Twitter and other social media sites to find employees. There are many great resources on Twitter that a...
    By Eric Cornelison, Ph.D. October 13, 2011 

  • Objectable Objectives: Not on My Resume!

    Bad resume objectives are typically vague, inaccurate and meaningless. On the contrary, a concise resume objective demonstrates the value that you can add to the company, making it stand out from the crowd.
    By Christina Pomoni October 8, 2011 
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