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How to Handle Finance Questions During Interview
Is my financial information important in my job search? Even if the position doesn’t require cash handling or accounting, a poor credit score can hurt your chances of getting the job. Learn how to deal with those sticky financial questions during the interview process.
How to Handle Pre-interview Jitters
No matter how many interviews you've been on, it can still make you nervous. Learn how to conquer pre-interview jitters.
How to Handle Relocating with a Partner
Your partner walks in the door and announces they are being transferred. Relocation? Elation? Anger? What if you have a good job? How do you prepare? Discover how to get started on the road to relocating for your partner.
How to Handle the Relocation Question
With thousands of applicants in the job market, how do you make yourself more marketable? If an employer has multiple locations – relocation may be the answer. Learn how to go about letting them know you’re interested.
How to Interview for an Internal Job
Applying for an internal job? Don’t assume that you’re a shoe-in for the position. Learn how to successfully apply for an internal position.
How to Keep Desperation Out of the Interview
Endless applications and unsuccessful interviews can make even the strongest job seeker desperate for a job. Before you start sharing your troubles with your interviewer, think again! Don't let desparation cost you a job!
How to List Accomplishments in Your Resume
There are thousands of qualified applicants for every job. The information you include has to set your resume apart from the others. Listing your career accomplishments will help it to stand out. Do you know what should be included as an actual accomplishment?
How to Make Sure Your Resume Arrives
You spent hours perfecting a resume. Don't let something as simple as a wrong e-mail address or wrong zip code, keep it from reaching its destination. Here are a few things to check to make sure your resume gets to the right destination.
How to Not Take the Job Search Personally
Long periods of unemployment can actually do a lot of damage to a job seeker's self-esteem. Though there is nothing that can take the place of "you're hired," you still need to work on your self-confidence when looking for a job. The best way? Not to take the job search personally.
How to Organize a Job Search
Effectively competing in today’s job market demands, not only determination, but organizational skills as well. Learn how to organize your job search to increase your chances of employment success.
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