Top 5 Networking Tips For Job Seekers

By Jeff Gillis Being skilled at your job, having the right qualifications and work experience and having a finely tuned cover letter and resume are all excellent tools to have in your job seeking tool box, but there’s one tool that too often gets overlooked…networking to find a job. How many times have you heard…

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Top 10 Teacher Interview Questions and Answers

By Mike Simpson Being a teacher can be one of the most rewarding jobs on the planet…but getting those first jobs teaching can be a nerve-wracking experience. As a teacher, it’s up to you to pass on valuable skills to your students, but when it comes to learning how to nail that interview for your…

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Top 14 Questions To Ask in An Interview

By Mike Simpson Updated 5/25/2017 Have you ever been on a horrible date where the person you are out with spent the whole time talking about themselves without ever asking you a single question? Ugh, sounds miserable, right? Would you want to see that person again? Probably not. Who would want to spend any more…

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“Why Should We Hire You?” (Example Answers Included)

By Mike Simpson Updated May 18th,2017 You’re funny. You’re smart. You’re a hard worker. You’re a multi-lingual, multi-talented, able to juggle-ten-things-at-one-time, never-gets-tired, won’t-back-down-from-a-challenge, outside of the box thinker who is ready to tackle the world. When it comes down to it, you’re the best person you know. So why is it when an employer asks…

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How To Master the STAR Method For Interview Questions

By Mike Simpson Job interviews can be a stressful experience for job seekers, especially when faced with the dreaded behavioral-style interview. Not to worry! In this post, we are going to go over one of the best ways to answer behavioral questions, and that is by using the STAR Method. As we have learned in…

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Top 5 Skype Interview Tips (And The Mistakes To Avoid)

By Mike Simpson Prepping for the traditional job interview usually requires some pretty routine steps; make sure you’ve done your research, print out and bring along several clean copies of your resume, plan out your interview wardrobe, and always bring along a pack of breath mints. But in today’s increasingly technological world, the traditional interview…

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How To Ask For A Raise (And Actually Get One!)

By Mike Simpson “I’m not getting paid enough to do this job!” Sound familiar? Of course it does, we’ve all said it…and yet, how many of us sit at our desks day after day, grumbling about pay, but don’t actually do anything about it? Well, no more! Today we’re going to teach you how to…

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How to Answer “What Motivates You?” (Sample Answers Included)

By Mike Simpson In order to get to the bottom of what motivates you, it’s important that you get a crash course in the specifics of motivation. Motivation is a powerful tool. It’s what we use to drive ourselves forward to complete tasks. It can come in a variety of shapes and sizes, from something physical (like…

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Top 3 Career Test (or Career Quiz) Guide for 2017

By Mike Simpson If you’ve found this article, there’s a pretty good chance that you are either unhappy with your career or that you feel like you don’t know what it is that you’re supposed to be doing. Enter the career test. What is a career test? Generally speaking, a career test is a multiple-choice test…

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How To Nail An Informational Interview (Questions Included)

By Jeff Gillis Every good job seeker knows the value of research when it comes to preparing for job interviews. From looking up company websites to reading corporate articles and keeping on top of industry trends and news, it pays to stay up-to-date on everything. Of course, nothing beats networking for insider information and connecting…

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