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5 Magic Words for Older Candidates
Words to use on your resume, and in your interview, if you’re over 40 years old.
How References Can Derail Your Career
Help your references help you.
Scoring and Acing Your Finance Interview
Ways to ace your phone and in-person interviews in a competitive finance industry.
T-Mobile VP : Sell Your Soft Skills in Interviews
Showcasing soft skills like mentorship and collaboration can go a long way in illustrating how you fit into the corporate culture.
Overcoming Pitfalls in the Senior-Level Interview
Prepare your sell for two audiences: the mid-level staffers and senior management.
Volunteer Work Is the Ultimate Interview
Consider volunteer work a lengthy interview.
Career Experience Is Not a Number
Make certain your resume and interviews represent the lessons you've learned and applied, not the years you spent on the job.
Your Guide to Negotiating Terms of Employment
Tips on how to answer the million dollar interview question with confidence.
Interviewing Strategy — Clues to Uncover Corporate Culture
See the corporate culture from the inside.
How to Survive a Panel Interview
It is becoming increasingly common for job seekers to meet with panels of three or more decision makers in one interview.
5 reasons to send thank you letters now more than ever
Thank you letters continue to be an important component of a successful job-search campaign. But the focus has shifted from gratitude to marketing.
How to Handle ‘You’re Overqualified’ in Interviews
How to get the job you're too experienced for.
6 Must Haves for Your Next Interview
Be better prepared for the next time.
The interview thank you email that will win job offers
The most effective post-interview thank you emails sell you into a position. Try some of these tips to write thank you emails that bring you offers.
The power of the post-interview thank you email
Just as resumes have undergone a dramatic change over the past 20 years, so too have post-interview thank-you emails. Here's how to nail it.
Present a Plan in Second-Round Job Interviews
What will impress them enough to use your job interview as the new standard?