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Video Interviewing: Dos and Don’ts Direct from a Hiring Manager

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As a job seeker, you already know what to do before for a video interview. Now here’s the 101 of a video interview: Candidates are given a link to the video service and asked to go through a fairly simple set-up process. The questions appear one at a time. After seeing a question, candidates have one minute to prepare an answer. Then the camera turns on.   

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7 Steps to Help You Survive Your Next Job Interview

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In order to reap the reward and perform at your best, it’s important to mind your IQ, your interview quotient. Preparation is key, and these insightful interview tips will help you to build your confidence, and avoid that post job interview anxiety of wishing you had a do-over!   

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Successful Job Search Methods: Today’s Top 10 Dos and Don’ts

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Successful job search methods have changed substantially, particularly in the last few years. What worked in the past (even two years ago) doesn’t necessarily work now.   

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Be Remembered: The Do’s and Don’ts of Student Business Cards

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Without a doubt, networking is your most effective tool in your job search tool box. As a soon-to-be young professional, when you meet potential employers, mentors and influencers in-person, you must have an efficient way to give them your contact information.

You must be remembered.

Student business cards, or networking cards, are essential to landing your next internship and your first job…   

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#InternPro Chat: “Social Media Netiquette: Do’s and Don’ts for the Young Professional”

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Many members of Gen Y seem to live their whole lives online. While social media is said to be “native” to this group however, do their skills translate to the professional world? Are there different online rules that apply in and around the workplace?

Some social media natives may reveal themselves as more “babes in the woods” if they can’t adapt their online behavior to the office environment. We, along with social recruiting and social media mentor Emilie Mecklenborg (@EmilieMeck on Twitter, a MUST follow), took on this subject during our weekly #InternPro chat…   

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