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Note Taking During Interviews

Tweet To take notes, or not to take notes: that is the question.  Many job seekers might have been wondering about what to do about note-taking during job interviews.  On the one hand, you want to write down important items that come up during the conversation.  On the other hand, you don’t want to seem [...]

The Importance of Stories During Interviews

Tweet Imagine you ask your friend about her recent vacation. She says “We spent a lot of time on the beach.” Sounds fun. Now imagine instead she says, “We were out on this beautiful powder-white sand beach watching dolphins out in the surf. We jumped in the clear blue water and floated in the gentle [...]

Video Friday: Body Language in Job Interviews

Tweet Your body language might matter more in your job interviews than the word you say.  Pay attention to your body language so that you can project a professional and confident image. 

Video Friday: Importance of Interview Mental Readiness

An interview is an opportunity for you and the employer to exchange information. This week’s video highlights three things you both should focus on.

What I Learned from 50+ Mock Interviews

Tweet Today’s guest blog is by Bilal Aslam, who recently launched WiserProfile, giving you personalized feedback on your LinkedIn profile.  Bilal is a technical visionary with 5 years of experience at Microsoft, currently an engineer on Windows Azure. Recently, Bilal was the VP of Engineering at emptyspaceads, a seed-stage startup. His passions include data mining and distributed systems. One [...]

Interview Fail: Signs Your Interview is Not Going Well

Tweet Most job seekers have had the experience of coming out of an interview feeling it went great, only to learn later that it did not. There are ways to tell an interview is not going well, and ways to correct on the spot in hopes of a better outcome.

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