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How to Deal With Awkward Job Interview Questions


September 3rd, 2010

Job interviews can be pretty nerve wracking. As you wait in the lobby anxiously waiting to hear your name called, you consistently file through the list of answers and information you’ve memorized and prepared. Your name is called, you walk into the office, and the interview begins.

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Is Medical Assistant the Perfect Career for You?

July 19th, 2010

Going just by the indication of the name, it is pretty clear that the job of a medical assistant is to take care of medical documents and reports safely. Both in small and large hospitals you can see these assistants doing work right from the basic responsibilities to the clinical and medical aspects of the work. Now days, medical assistants can choose from a lot of specific departments in which they can specialize in. Some specialties include optometric, orthodontic, orthopedic, physician or in the general field of medical studies.

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Use a Strong Headline in Your Resume

May 12th, 2010

HR people report they spend about 15 seconds on each resume. 15 seconds!
How can you ever hope to make your resume so appealing, so note-worthy that it makes it over to the next pile? The answer is NOT to print it on a toilet paper roll or some other dumb idea.

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Shifting from Academics to Self Marketing

April 30th, 2010

For many decades a commonly held view has been that academic training and degrees was the key factor in advancing your career and making you more desirable in the marketplace.

People flocked to universities and colleges to take evening courses and earn advanced degrees with hope that the additional credential on their resume would allow them to land their ideal job. This is still going on today.

The basis for this belief is the view that industry or job specific knowledge will make you a more desirable job candidate. Do you still believe this?

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Challenges and Solutions – How to present during your second interview

March 18th, 2010

How many people do you suppose go into an interview with solutions to the challenges that your prospective company is facing? Or the challenges that the person conducting the interview is facing? Now having solutions would presuppose that one also knows what those challenges are. Yet imagine, how powerful the interview presentation would be if one knew the challenges and had the solutions going into an interview. What kind of leg up would that give you?

Knowing what the challenges are.

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10 Brutally Honest Interview Answers

February 24th, 2010

At the beginning of any job interview, you will thank your first interviewer for the opportunity. At the end of the job interview, you will thank everyone for their time. In between they will grill you with the usual barrage of piercing questions, incalculable facial expressions, and awkward silences—you’re thanking them for the chance to win a job, not for the torture chamber that some job interviews turn out to be

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How to Prepare For a Successful Interview

February 9th, 2010

Refresh your memory on what you’ve learned about the company during your research. If necessary, do some new research so that you are really up to date on the latest news and innovations about this particular company. Be careful to only read about this company so you don’t get the information mixed up while you are under pressure. It won’t impress anyone if you attribute something to them they know isn’t true.

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How to Look for a Job in a Down Market [video]

January 28th, 2010

How to Look for a Job in a Down Market [video]

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How to Search for a Job in a Down Economy [video]

January 27th, 2010

How to Search for a Job in a Down Economy [video]

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Taking Research Material for a Job Interview [video]

January 26th, 2010

Taking Research Material for a Job Interview [video]

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What to Bring for a Job Interview [video]

January 20th, 2010

What to Bring for a Job Interview [video]

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What to Ask During a Job Interview [video]

January 19th, 2010

What to Ask During a Job Interview – Part 2

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How to Handle Being Late for a Job Interview [video]

January 14th, 2010

How to Handle Being Late for a Job Interview

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How to Job Hunt – Salary Negotiating [video]

January 13th, 2010

How to Job Hunt – Salary Negotiating [video]

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