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7 Phone Interview Mistakes That Can Cost You the Job

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The phone interview is your first chance to WOW the recruiter. To help come up the curve faster, here are some phone interview scenarios you need to know how to handle.   

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11 Common Job Interview Questions and Best Answers [Infographic]

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When it comes to job interviews, many people don’t lump the questions you’ll be asked in the predictable category.

However, once you know the most common job interview questions asked, the better you can predict, and prepare.    

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8 Things To Evaluate Before You Say Yes To A Job

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Before you say yes to a job offer there are a lot of things you will want to evaluate! Between networking and the job interview, you should be able to get all your questions answered.

Just don’t wait to find the answers until you are on the job…   

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40 Tips to Help Ace Your Next Job Interview [Infographic]

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Employers invite you to interviews all the time. So, why aren’t they calling you back? Perhaps your interview skills need a little refresher before your next job interview.

Good news: this infographic from AlexaJobs has you covered!   

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17 Ways to Ensure an Impressive Interview [Infographic]

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This infographic by enworld serves as a cheat sheet for all of the most essential job interview advice. These 17 tips will help you hone your interview skills, setting you up to thoroughly impress the interviewer.

And an impressive interview is the first step to landing the job…   

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The Post-Interview Follow Up: Timing and Other Rules of Thumb

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Whether you just had a phone conversation or an in-person meeting. So what should be your top priority now? The post-interview follow up.

That’s right: a letter to the interviewer(s) thanking them for their time, and also reaffirming your interest in and qualifications for the role…   

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