Monthly Archives: April 2009

Apr 20

Interview questions need clarifying

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

If you accept the premise that all interview questions have only three answers, then you get another magical advantage compared with other candidates: you can ask clarifying questions to the interview question. Remember the three answers to interview questions: can you do the job, will you love the job, and will you fit in with […]

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Apr 14

Your resume writing needs specifics

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

In your resume writing, you need specificity. You need the details of your accomplishments so the hiring manager understands how you contribute. That means your write your resume using numbers that provide  scale and results. Resume writing for scale Scale is simply the size of stuff you work on. For the most part, bigger is […]

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Apr 01

Great interviews do not mean getting hired

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

Many people have difficulty getting an interview when looking for a job. Others study the interview questions, prepare their answers, have a great interview with the hiring manager – and then never get hired. It is frustrating, of course, but expected. Interview candidates look for the logical reason for the lack of an offer. As […]

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