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The interview is the most critical point in the job search process. While you might look great on paper, the real test starts when you get in front a hiring manager. You’ve got the skills, now you need to prove that you’ll be a good fit with your future co-workers and company. And it’s oh-so-easy to sabotage that much-coveted and highly-valuable face time.
According to a recent CareerBuilder.com survey of 866 hiring managers, almost 70 percent recalled unusual behavior by job candidates. While the usual suspects did come up, some of their experiences were downright jaw-dropping. Here are some examples of how not to behave in an interview… (continue article)
I’ve been job interviewing for three years without success. I become anxious and the feeling can be overwhelming. Please help.
Few situations are more stressful than those in which you’re being judged. Ask anyone who’s ever paraded down a red carpet or in front of a prom date. Feeling anxious about an interview is as normal as feeling sheepish about a coffee stain on your shirt… (continue article)