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The Last Minute Interview


Your breath catches in your throat - at last, an interview! Elated, you write down the time and place of the interview, who to ask for, say thanks, and hang up!But, wait, it's such short notice, and you haven't been interviewed for ages. Too, you never did get around to practicing.

Learn How To Network for HIDDEN Jobs


I'll quickly cover the following:A) Why Network With People? B) Five Networking Tips To Get Started. C) Quick Networking Hints.

Don't Discount the Temporary Position Interview


If you think, 'it's just an interview for a temp job -- no big deal,' that's where you're mistaken. Some wonderful opportunities, networking connections and careers have resulted from temporary positions.

5 Ways to Drastically Improve Your Resume in 10 Minutes of Less


Follow these quick and easy tips to build yourself a better resume in under 10 minutes flat.* Use strong, action oriented language that describes specific skills or accomplishments.

7 Deadly Cover Writing Sins


Don't start off your job search with one (or more) strikes against you by committing any of these common cover letter blunders. Each is easy to avoid, but they can sink your chances of an interview if you include them in your letter.

How to Create a Great Electronic Resume


After creating the perfect resume, you then need to distribute it. You'll likely be sending some professionally printed hard copies, especially to "A list" companies or organizations you've set your sights on.

Success at Work: Techniques: Computer Literacy


It's hard to believe that there are people in today's workforce who don't know how to use a computer. In today's society, being computer illiterate is equivalent to being functionally illiterate.

The 7 Tough Job Interview Questions That Can Make or Break You - and How to Answer Them


Some interview questions are asked so frequently that they've become classics. Practically every interview you go on you'll be answering one or more of these seven interview questions.

Dazzle Interviewers With Your Achievements


Attention Job Seekers: Tasks and Responsibilities are BoooringHo hum. The interviewer sits there drumming her fingers on the desk trying to look interested while you drone on about your duties and responsibilities at your last position.

Interview Preparation Made Easy: Create An Interview Preparation List


Here's a quick way to compare your own job experience and qualifications with those that your prospective employer is looking for in a specific job position. Make an "Interview Preparation List".

Brainteasers: Or, How Many Crazy Interview Questions Does It Take to Get Hired?


You've looked at all the job interview tips and techniques. Did your homework and studied all the potential employer interview questions you may be asked.

Tips for Getting Your Movie Career Launched


Hollywood helps those who help themselves! In you want to get your movie career fast tracked then here are three common sense tips to help you on your way.1.

Change Your Career, Change Your Life!


Lots of times I see and talk to people who are tired, bored and burnt out of their current jobs. I'm not sure what causes this dis- satisfaction.

Why Should We Hire You?


This is one of those broad questions that can take you down the wrong road unless you have done some thinking about what to say ahead of time. This question deals with your ability to sell yourself.

Passing The Police Test Just Became Easier


You've taken the police officer selection test or law enforcement entrance exam, but just can't seem to get a high enough passing score. You know you would be a good police officer if you could overcome that first hurdle.

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