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What Do YOU Say when THEY Say “Tell Me About Yourself”

With all the work that goes into job-hunting, sometimes simply landing an interview feels like a victory in itself. But don’t start eyeing that corner office just yet: You’ve still got to ace that interview, and that may be trickier than it sounds: one of the first things interviewers learn is that people can be

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Job-searching When You’re Overqualified

Anyone who has spent any time looking for a job understands how depressing it is to be rejected by a potential employer. For overqualified job seekers, however, that rejection can seem even worse. In many ways, it sounds like a cop-out: by definition, “over-qualified” means that you have all the requirements for a position, AND

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Top Tips for Making Yourself Hirable

Sure, you’re a hard worker. And you’re good at what you do. But in today’s job market, unfortunately, that’s not enough to stand out. When recruiters (or worse, computers) have to sift through slush-piles of  resumes for every position, they’re going to need something beyond the same-old “same-old” that everyone else is saying. Being hirable

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They Made an Offer. Should You Take It?

You apply. You wait. You ace the phone interview. You wait. You get called in to meet the team, then go back home and wait. And wait. And wait. And then you get The Phone Call: “We’d like to offer you a position; when can you start?” Rein it in there, buckaroo: the deal is

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Top Tips for Making Yourself Hirable

Sure, you’re a hard worker. And you’re good at what you do. But in today’s job market, unfortunately, that’s not enough to stand out. When recruiters (or worse, computers) have to sift through slush-piles of  resumes for every position, they’re going to need something beyond the same-old “same-old” that everyone else is saying. Being hirable

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In Defense of the Humble Cover Letter

When it comes to job-hunting, no single tool is as important as your resume. That doesn’t mean you should neglect other elements of your search, such as a social media presence and active networking; that’s pretty much a given. But there is one part of the job search that is getting less and less attention…

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