How to Prepare for a Job Interview (And Other Questions You May Have)

How to Prepare for a Job Interview (And Other Questions You May Have)

Acing the Interview, General Job Search Advice
An interview is an opportunity for you and the recruiter/hiring manager to see if you would be the right fit for the job and the company. The more prepared, the better. We've received various questions regarding how to prepare for an interview, so we wanted to tackle a few here to help you with your next one. Check them out. What Should I Know? It's important to remember that you want to do some research before going into the interview. What does the company do? What does it stand for? How is the company culture? This will give you a better understanding of what to expect and the right questions to be asking if you have any. What Should I Bring? See our last blog post about everything you need…
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6 Ways to Use Job Search Rejection as a Tool

6 Ways to Use Job Search Rejection as a Tool

Behind the Scenes, Motivation
Job rejection, stings. We're eager to get accepted, and whether we say the right things or we bomb the interview- either way, it hurts. However, there are so many POSITIVE ways to view rejection and SO much learning to be done. If you can acknowledge these positives, job rejection can even benefit you! Keep reading to find out how to use rejection to your advantage! (more…)
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The 7 Types of Interviewees You Don’t Want to Be

The 7 Types of Interviewees You Don’t Want to Be

Acing the Interview
Seeing candidates come and go in recruiting give us a great idea of what to do and what NOT to do in an interview. We’ve noticed that most of the "not so great" interviews have a similar pattern to them. We’ve narrowed it down to the 7 types of interviewees candidates can become during interviews. Read more to find out what they are, and make sure you don't accidentally become one of them! (more…)
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