How To Write a Letter of Interest For A Job Application?

Let me show you how to write the best letter of interest that you can use for your job applications… Don’t you agree with me when I say your confidence takes one heck of a beating with all those hundreds of rejections? It just blows… It really does. After 2 rejections, you think, Maybe the job wasn’t…

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How To Answer Where Do You See Yourself In 5 Years Job Interview Question?

Interviewer: Where you do you see yourself in 5 years? Me: Well, I am going to tell you that I see myself at your company at a role where I contribute to the organization’s success… and you will not believe that I am genuine but then I will say that anyway because this is the…

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How To Write The Most Compelling Resume Objective & Resume Summary

Writing a well-crafted resume objective is as important as wearing nice shoes to an interview. But here’s the catch: just as how you wouldn’t wear flip-flops to an interview, you wouldn’t wear shiny shoes to the beach. The point is very simple. You may not need a resume objective section at all if you fit in…

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How To Answer Tell Me About Yourself Interview Question?

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I see this all the time… A candidate comes unprepared to the interview and faces the inevitable consequences of his lack of preparation or sometimes the wrath of the hiring manager. The good thing is; you being here, reading my article is a testament to the fact that you are getting prepared. Kudos to you!…

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How To Answer Why Should We Hire You Interview Question?

To start with, the question “Why should we hire you?” wouldn’t be asked if you’ve already done a great job in the interview and have effectively conveyed why you are the best candidate. A hiring manager will not waste his time asking this if he already feels you are the right one. But let’s say your interviewer still isn’t…

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What Skills To Put On A Resume – A Comprehensive Guide to Resume Skills

To start with, deciding on what skills to put on a resume is a lot more important and probably a bit more complicated than you think. Employers look for a certain skill-set in a resume, and you have to show them you have that. But it’s a bit more complicated than that. I understand finding…

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How To Answer What Are Your Weaknesses Job Interview Question?

Let me start by saying your greatest weakness is your greatest weakness. That’s it. It’s not your greatest strength disguised as a weakness. Let me explain why I just had to say that… I have come across way too many HR professionals recommending that you should take your greatest strength, take it to the extreme, and…

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How To Send A Thank You Email After An Interview?

I think you’ll agree with me when I say that your job is only partly done once you’ve aced your interview. Sending that thank you email after the interview is a remaining challenge. After all, even surveys point out that 25% of hiring managers say they wouldn’t hire someone who didn’t send a short thank you email…

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