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From Marc Cenedella
Marc Cenedella

When two candidates are equally experienced, equally credentialed, and equally capable, who gets the job?

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Interviewing

Seats, sips, "powder", and pow-wows

There's nothing that makes us sadder here at TheLadders than an (unnecessary) repeat customer -- the folks who discover that their dream job is a bad dream, the kind you need to wake up from right away -- so we want you to make sure it's a good match before accepting.

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It's not about me, it's about you... the 20 questions you need to ask in a job interview

What's an interview about? It sure feels like it's about you, but it's really not.

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Name-Dropping During an Interview

It might seem like a good idea, but think twice before you work a name into the conversation.

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How to Know When Your Personal Brand Isn't Working

Attention to detail and small tweaks can get you back on track.

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Getting Your Resume Into the Right Hands

Combine new-age research with old-fashioned correspondence to increase your chances for success in the job search.

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Do You Interview Like a Pro?

Strategies to help you put your best foot forward and seal the deal.

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Lessons From the Catwalk for Your Job Search

How dressing to impress can help with the most important attribute a job seeker can have.

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14 Ways to Not Get Hired

Avoid these major pitfalls — be the one who gets the job offer!

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Changing Careers to Stay Competitive

Shifting careers, or re-careering, is possible, experts say, and a wise way to stay competitive in today’s job market.

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Salary Negotiation Tips: Requesting an Unusual Benefit

When is the best time to ask for a perk that is out of the ordinary?

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