How To Write an Introduction Letter (Samples Included)

By Jeff Gillis For many job seekers, nothing’s more frustrating than the words, “It’s not what you know, it’s who you know.” What if you don’t know anyone? Perhaps you’ve moved to a new city, switched industries, or simply didn’t recognize the importance of networking until recently. How can talented individuals in this situation play…

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Top 5 Internship Interview Questions (And Powerful Sample Answers)

By Mike Simpson Everyone knows that the best way to get the job of your dreams is to have as much experience as possible in related fields and have a resume that highlights and showcases that experience. Of course, this is easy if you’ve been working in your chosen field for years, but what about…

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34 Top Analytical Skills For Job Seekers

By Jeff Gillis Odds are, if you’ve looked through the job listings lately, you’ll have come across numerous hiring managers looking for individuals who possess analytical skills. But what exactly are analytical skills? What are Analytical Skills? Analytical skill is the ability for an individual to solve complex issues by gathering and then analyzing the…

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Top 5 Administrative Assistant Interview Questions

By Mike Simpson They say behind every successful business executive is a good administrative assistant secretly running the show. While the statement is meant to be funny, there’s a pretty solid core of truth to it. A competent, qualified, and enthusiastic administrative assistant is worth their weight in gold and hiring managers utilize precision administrative…

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Top 10 Sales Interview Questions and Answers

By Mike Simpson There’s no question that sales job interviews (and the sales interview questions you will be asked) are some of the toughest types of interviews out there. When you sit down with a hiring manager and start interviewing for a position in sales, you’re not just highlighting your skills and qualifications, you’re selling…

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Top 55 Leadership Skills For Job Seekers

By Jeff Gillis Think back to a boss you had that you didn’t like. What was it about them that bothered you? What leadership skills were they lacking? Did they ignore your suggestions? Did they task you with more work than was fair or right? Did they minimize your contributions and take the glory for…

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How To Answer “What Makes You Unique?” – Sample Answers Included

By Jeff Gillis Have you ever gotten a question like this in an interview? It’s becoming a fairly popular question to ask, and while it might seem like this question has very little to do (if anything) with the job you’re interviewing for, there’s a very good reason why the interviewer is asking it. That…

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Top 50 Soft Skills for Job Seekers

By Jeff Gillis When you fill out a job application or write your resume, odds are you’re usually focusing on the hard skills you possess, but in many instances, employers are also looking for candidates who possess soft skills as well. But hang on, what are hard skills? And for that matter, what are soft…

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How To Answer Customer Service Interview Questions

By Mike Simpson When it comes to jobs in the workforce, few positions require an applicant to wear as many hats as those worn by a customer service representative. Great customer service representatives are often the face and physical representation of an organization, providing the human experience for consumers who are looking for information regarding…

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Top 10 Interview Questions For Managers In 2018 (Example Answers Included)

By Mike Simpson Imagine if the job market were like a video game. You start out with an objective (goal: steady paycheck), have to complete tasks and quests (interviews) and eventually get the job of your dream (achievement unlocked: career!). Of course, no good game simply ends with you achieving your first goal (getting your…

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