If you’re a job seeker and you have a video interview coming up, keep these tips in mind

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Looking for a job has changed a lot in the past ten years. For one thing, there’s less of a need to actually leave your house for a job interview. Inexpensive Web cams and videoconferencing tools like Skype mean that, nowadays, your first interview (or first couple of interviews) with a company may take place […]

Myth-Buster: I NEED to ask questions at the end of my interview

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Myth-Buster: “If I do NOT have any questions at the end of my interview, it could leave the interviewer with the wrong impression of me as a candidate” FACT: Asking questions (GOOD questions) at the end of the interview shows the interviewer that you are more than just another paycheck-needing candidate. Asking intelligent well thought […]

The Art of the Interview: The 12 x 12 x 12 Rule

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“You only have one chance to make a first impression,” and the interview is no different. It’s all about that first impression. It’s all about the impression you make initially and more importantly the impression you leave with the interviewer. Whether an interviewer notices it or not they are judging you by three very specific […]