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Did you know that the dumbest thing you will ever say to an employer, is that one thing that costs you the job opportunity; and based upon statistics, this information is almost always volunteered by the candidate.
[tweetmeme source=”http://wp.me/pUMf5-4J] As a job-seeker, ever wondered how much online visibility is too much? For the purpose of this post, let’s focus only on information intentionally created to support your job-search. By now, most individuals know that online visibility is crucial to a successful job search and therefore strive to increase their online visibility by any means possible. However not all information you post online will support the profile you are trying to create, and here is why.
[tweetmeme source="prorecruiter10” http://wp.me/pUMf5-3I] So you finally got the interview, do you know what interview mistakes you should avoid? An interview is a very sensitive meeting; and many know from experience, one wrong move could cost you. Having interviewed numerous individuals myself, I decided to list what I believe to be the top-25 factors that could turn what would have been a positive interview sour.