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“What Do You Know About Our Company?” Interview Answer

“What do you know about our company?” isn’t a question that you might have expected, but it does come up. Unlike the questions regarding your greatest strength or weakness, this answer has to be tailored to each company. That is also exactly why the question is being asked.   Why Would You Be Asked “What… Read more »

Best Way to Answer “Walk Me Through Your Resume”

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“Walk me through your resume.” Does that count as an interview question? This statement can seem odd, because the hiring manager has probably already read your resume. If they hadn’t, someone else would be sitting in that interview instead of you. This standard icebreaker question isn’t what it seems.   What They Are Asking For… Read more »

Answer To “Where Do You See Yourself In Five Years?”

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“Where do you see yourself in five years?” It’s a common enough question in an interview. Some of what might come to mind aren’t things you’d want to say in an interview, such as “I’ll have your job!”, “running this place,” “working for myself,” or “retired lottery winner”. None of those are a good way… Read more »

9 Ways Staffing Agencies Help Job Seekers

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Who hasn’t googled “jobs hiring near me”? After all, who wants a long commute? After all, it doesn’t matter how much they pay or if they hire you if you can’t get there! Plenty of places say that they’re hiring, but do you know for sure? How can you be certain that your resume will… Read more »

Top 12 Job Scams Warning Signs

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According to the Better Business Bureau, job scams or false jobs are on the rise due to the unemployment rate rising during coronavirus. Many people are now searching for work and getting increasingly desperate as unemployment checks run out. You can find job scams anywhere. Here’s what the lowest of the low will do during… Read more »

How to Write a Thank You Email After the Interview (With Templates)

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Yes, you have to write a thank you email after the job interview. If you’ve made it to the interview, you are probably up against other candidates. It’s safe to assume that the other candidates have the same qualifications as you. This means you need to do something extra to stand out and the thank… Read more »

Pandemic Job Interview Questions and Answers

Any conversation you have in the near future is likely to at some point touch on the coronavirus pandemic, including in a job interview. Both recruiters and hiring managers are likely to touch upon the subject, so here’s the most common ones we found and how to answer them:   “How Did You Cope With… Read more »

Coronavirus Career Advice: 5 Ways To Improve Your Job Prospects At Home

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The current amount of people out of work and stuck at home is astronomical. We won’t be staying home forever, and when restrictions are finally eased, all of those people claiming unemployment will be filling out job applications. If you’re one of them, you might be wondering how to make sure you can be in… Read more »

Success Tips for Starting A New Job Remotely During Coronavirus

Starting a new job is always a bit nerve wracking, from remembering where everything is, everyone’s names, and just the new commute can be enough. If you’re starting a new job during this time of the coronavirus, then you have different things to worry about. Teleworking sounds easier if you take in the commute, but… Read more »