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3 Tips to Help Improve Your Job Interview Performance Right Now

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A solid resume is the foundation of a successful job search, but your job interview performance is the real determinant in whether or not you receive the offer.

Here are three quick tips that will help your job interview performance…   

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Just in Time for Your Summer Job Search: 20 Top Job Interview Tips [Infographic]

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We love this classic infographic from Carthage College. Here, they present 20 top job interview tips, all in one place, to get you ready for every job interview.

From thoroughly understanding the company, to preparing for the most interview questions, to what not to do or say… it’s in here!   

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Trending Interview Question: How Can We Help You Succeed?

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Staff retention is a major concern for managers and human resources professionals. The process of interviewing candidates for an open position and onboarding new staff members is a long and costly one. Institutional knowledge is a valuable commodity that employers want to retain. One trending interview question aimed at teasing out responses about candidate’s management preferences is: “How can we help you succeed?”   

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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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You’ve Received an Emailed Job Interview Invitation… Now What?

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As an active job seeker, you look forward to getting that job interview invitation in your email inbox. And then, from either an employer or a recruiter… there it is!

So now what? How do you properly and professionally respond?   

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7 Old-School Blunders Even the Most Social Candidates Make

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Before bringing in job applicants for in-person interviews, the candidates’ professional credentials and, in many cases, their online presence are well-screened by the HR department. Sometimes, only the most “social” (clean profiles, solid content, social proof of skills, etc.) make the cut. Once in the interview, though, the wild card for ultimately receiving an offer is often which applicant displays a different kind of social skills. Specifically, the old-school kind. A 2015 study found most old-school social blunders during interviews result from thoughtlessness or poor interpersonal skills — and those blunders often become deal breakers. Interviewees who can’t make conversation,   

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