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Interviews Don't Have To Be a Nail-Biting Experience

Author: Heather Eagar

Most people are pretty nervous when preparing for an interview, whether it’s their first or 51st time. However there are some individuals who are beyond nervous when interview time rolls around – they’re flat out fearful. It may be that they’re extremely shy, have inherent “stage fright,” or are just afraid of facing someone perceived to be an authority figure.

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Importance Of Using Resume Buzzwords

Author: Dennis

Writing an effective job resume would require you to make use of buzzwords to attract and appeal to employers or hiring managers. Buzzwords are simply terms and keywords that you can use that can actually help make your resume reach its destination. In order to better understand this, you may need to know more on how job resumes are being distributed, sorted and collected.

Job Resume Routes

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Interviews - The Unwritten Law of Dress Code

Author: Stephen

Are you wondering why you do not seem to land that job yet your resume is very convincing? Though some things are not mentioned but they really matter when it comes to interviews, I love calling them the unwritten laws. Carefully observe the dress code of most organizations and you will discover that each company has its own mode of dressing.

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The Hybrid or Combination Resume

Author: Sarika Kabra

Examples of resumes can be of many types; they can be functional, chronological, targeted or they could be hybrid where you use more than one kind of resume and include them into one, making it a combination resume. What is generally understood by a combination resume (of which there are many free samples available online), is one that includes some elements of a chronological resume as well as a functional resume.

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Application Letter That Helps You Gain Advantage Over Other Applicants

Author: Stephen

Nowadays, getting a job has become a daunting task especially with many having lost their jobs because of the economic recession. This people who have being retrenched have the advantage in that they have work experience, therefore when it comes to the individuals entering the job market for the first time it can prove to be quiet difficult to get employment.

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11 Phrases That Kill Your Job Interview

Author: Peggy McKee

Think about the kind of impression you want to convey to your interviewer or hiring manager in order to secure the position you want: experience, ability, and confidence. If you’ve been paying attention to me, you’ve got the experience and ability portions down: a winning resume, a brag book, a 30/60/90-day plan, and high-quality references. Having these elements in place certainly boosts your confidence, but it's important to remember that your confidence also comes out in intangible ways: your physical presentation, your body language, and what you say and how you say it.

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Points to consider for a resume writing service

Author: rutheralan

Now it’s a well-known fact that the value of a resume for a job seeker is as precious as platinum. This value is further elevated if the resume is absolutely stunning and is created with panache. There are several professional companies that take up the service of creating a resume for you, however it’s best to check all the credentials of that company and also choose carefully since there are many companies claiming to help you. Instead they equate to wastage of money and time. It has been seen that so-called top companies are all pretty bad with what they do. You sure wouldn’t wish to be stuck with a resume full of broken English and other flaws. So let us now discuss a few important points that are sure to help you choose the right resume writing company for you.

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Interview Road kill - “I Haven’t Done it, but I Can Learn”

Author: Phil Rosenberg

Ever respond to an interview question, by saying "I haven't done it, but I can learn"?

OUCH…I can feel your pain. Your interview ended with those words. The fat lady sang.

Employers realize you can learn if you've been in the workforce for a while, or if you've graduated College. Of course you can learn. It's even a bad answer for an entry-level job candidate.

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How to prepare for interview ?

Author: Anoop Thomas

How to prepare for interview ?
Interview assumes an important step in the entire job hunting process. Interviews come in different forms. They don't have a common pattern to them. However there are few tips which help to prepare for any interview.

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