Tag Archives for " job interview "

Nov 16

7 ways to nail the interview

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

Maybe you have recently graduated college and are looking to land your first big break in your chosen field. Maybe you’ve been breaking your back in an industry for 25 years, but the shift toward the knowledge economy has forced you to retool and reengage the marketplace in a new way. Whatever your situation, it’s […]

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Apr 02

How to read a job offer

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

Graduating from college calls for a big celebration, but there’s not much time to let loose before having to officially start the job hunt. It’s a frightening crossroads that is inevitable for most. There will be long nights of filling out applications, followed by grueling follow up emails, phone calls and, if you’re lucky, interviews. […]

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Jan 28

The top 10 interview mistakes

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

Job interviews are a tough business. It takes a lot for the interview to go right and not very much to make the interview go south. Here’s a list of the arguably top ten interview mistakes you can make.   Infographic from Stevens-Henager College. Related posts: The Interview Gauntlet The seven biggest interview mistakes 5 […]

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Nov 01

The ultimate job offer rule

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

You can taste the job offer right after the job interview — sweet! Your company research, practicing interview questions, and designing interview questions for the hiring manager worked beautifully. And the best part? The perfect job! Just the one you were looking for and one where you think the manager’s working style and the team […]

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