Monthly Archives: June 2010

9 interview tips that could get you hired!

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1.       Come Prepared:

Today’s job seeker should realize that they have a lot of competition.  It will be unfortunate to end up being disqualified as a candidate for a position you qualify for, just because you did not take the time to prepare.  According to Dan Klamm, Outreach & Marketing Coordinator at Syracuse University Career Services, “Succeeding at a job interview is all about coming prepared: Doing company research and being able to articulate how your unique skills and experiences are a fit for the job.” Employers want to know that you have done your homework.   You can show this by, demonstrating what you know about the organization and its key people; by understanding the position you have applied for; by being able to define who you are; by effectively communication your past experiences and credentials; and by being able to understand how you are expected to respond to different circumstances.

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10 Reasons why you should use an employment recruiter in your next job search:

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Working with good employment recruiters can give your career or job search a much needed boost, and here are 10 reasons why…

1.       Get Access to Un-advertised Jobs:

Most individuals know by now that a good number of companies do not advertise all open job opportunities.  This means that if you are searching the major job-boards and applying to only positions you find there; you are missing out on approximately 80% of available jobs, as estimated by Howard Poplinger of Epic Development and Evaluation.

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Is Resume Blasting a Good Strategy for Your Job Search?

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With so many people competing for the same open jobs, the thought of using one application to reach thousands of recruiters and hiring managers must sound very attractive.  Seemingly you would cover more ground in less time; and why not – all you need to do in  most cases is to fill out one online form and in a matter of minutes, your resume is instantly emailed to thousands of subscribing recruiters, and employers or posted in multiple online job-boards nationwide.  This concept is called resume blasting, and while it may sound like the perfect strategy to boost your job-search, take a minute to consider the following viewpoints before diving in. Read more of this post

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