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Job Hunting for Dummies – Book Review
Has it been awhile since you searched for a job? Don’t discount older material. Job Hunting for Dummies is an excellent source for new job seekers whether entering the work force for the first time or someone getting back on the market.
How to Handle a Lunch Interview
Offices are not the only places recruiters will hold an interview. They can also be held outside the office. Depending on the position, you may be invited to interview over a meal, most commonly lunch. How you handle yourself can make or break a job offer.
Behavioral Based Interviewing – Prepare and Ace
Behavioral-based interviewing allows the interviewer to determine if you are the best fit for the job based on how you handled similar situations in the past. Find out how to ace the behavioral-based interview.
Panel Interviews - How to Prepare and Ace
Panel interviews are a practice more companies are embracing. It involves two, three or more managers from different departments interviewing you all at the same time. It doesn’t have to be scary, however. Find out how to ace a panel interview.
How to Find References
A reference can be the catalyst as to whether or not you get a job regardless of how well the interview went. Don’t just list any name on your application. Make sure anyone you list as a reference will help to show you as the best fit for the job. Don’t leave this important step to chance.
Twitter and Your Job Search
Social media will play an important role in your job search. Here is how to effectively use Twitter.
Networking – How to get started
A successful job search will require that you step out of your comfort zone and network. If networking makes you uncomfortable, start small and with the familiar. Here is how to get started getting comfortable with networking.
Functional Resumes Defined
There are two basic types of resumes – chronological and functional. If you are looking for a career change or have a spotty work history, the functional resume will help to cover up the blemish. Not sure what a makes up a functional resume? Here is the functional resume defined.
Prepare For the Job Market Before You Graduate
The job market is tight. Don't wait until your senior year before you begin career planning. The time to start is freshman year.
Facebook and Your Job Search
Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn - no matter how “old school” you are, your job search will need to include social media. Learn how to use Facebook as a job search tool.
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