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June 28 2013 Job Search Newsletter

Welcome to the Job Quest Success

Difficult interview question of the week: Tell me about yourself.

Don’t give them a boring, dry monologue about your entire work history from birth to present. Before the interview pick two or three key details about your work history and match them to a skill the company is looking for.

For example, did you work in retail and looking for a career in Human Resources? Talk about your hiring, recruiting, performance management and scheduling skills in your previous jobs.

Remember, they can read your resume. Share a story they don’t know that matters to them!


Here's the latest article from the Job Search site at

How to Deal With Salary on a Job Application
The salary - sometimes that's what it all comes down to. When should you start the salary discussion? How much should you ask for? Where can you find salary information? Should you enter a salary on the application? Before you price yourself out of a job, learn how to figure it all out.


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