You Didn't Blow It! It's Okay to be a Little Weird in Job Interviews

You Didn’t Blow It! It’s Okay to be a Little Weird in Job Interviews

Preparing for an interview for a job you really, really want can be emotional, stressful, exhilarating, and just about everything in between. Trying to decide who you want to be, or at least how you want to portray yourself is a challenge that seems like only the luckiest can figure out how to succeed at. […]

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Seal the Deal with a Good Job Interview Follow Up

Seal the Deal with a Good Job Interview Follow Up

Did you finally get an opportunity to attend a personal interview for that job that you’ve been scoping out for months? You probably nailed the interview—you made your interviewer smile and they told you that they’d get back to you. Now that it’s over, don’t just go back home and sit by the phone waiting […]

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3 Ways a Hiring Manager Spots a Team Player in the Interview

3 Ways a Hiring Manager Spots a Team Player in the Interview

As CAREEREALISM states, hiring team players who are self-motivated, sharp, flexible, accessible, and passionate is a top priority of many hiring managers.  However, as a job seeker, it can be a bit confusing trying to figure out how to display all of these traits throughout the interview process. Being a good team player is something […]

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How to Explain Your Travel Gap Year During a Job Interview

How to Explain Your Travel Gap Year During a Job Interview

Today, it is becoming more common to see new college grads feel the pull of adventure immediately after graduation.  Perhaps you are one of the many college grads who decided to take a year off after graduation to travel and experience new cultures.  If so, you could be wondering how to best explain this gap […]

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