Interview Preparation

Interviews can be intimidating, but with the proper preparation, they can be easily conquered. Ensuring you have key information about a company will make you look like a more polished candidate. Follow these simple tips to ensure you are adequately

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A Successful Civilian Job Search Starts With Six “P’s”

Making the transition from a military career to civilian career can make you feel like you’re on a roller-coaster full of twists and turns. Emotions can run high and range from having high hopes to being disillusioned, confident to questioning

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Why Do You Want This Job?

Before you set out to accomplish a goal, you need to understand your motivation for pursuing it. Being fully versed in the “why” behind your goals, provides vision, purpose and energy. When others can sense your passion and level of

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How to Prepare for Random Interview Questions

Just like the Big Game, the interview process can include unexpected plays, bad calls and other surprises (think power outage at the New Orleans Superdome) that may very well be designed to throw you off your game. More and more

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What Hiring Managers Should See in Your Resume

As a job seeker, you want to make a strong impression on the hiring manager. Standing out in a never-ending sea of resumes is quite a challenge. Resilience is the stuff job seekers are made of–especially those birthed during a

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Social Media’s Role in Today’s Recruiting Process

So you’ve started your job search and you have your résumé and cover letter completed and are ready to take your job search into cruise control. What you may not realize is that you are missing out on some very

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Jobs in the Airline Industry: This Cloud Has a Silver Lining

The airline industry has had its fair share of highs and lows (pardon the pun) in recent years. As most industries, its profitability depends on economic growth and trade. Rising fuel costs, widespread delays, increased cancellations, layoffs and flying seats

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Steps to Revive a Stalled Job Search

With record numbers of people seeking employment, competition is fierce for any job in any industry. If you’re looking for work, it might seem difficult to know how to stand out from the crowd. For anyone feeling stalled in their

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Job Interview Tips

Congratulations! Spending days, weeks, or possibly months of looking for the right job has finally paid off and you’ve been asked to come in for an interview. Then comes the biggest question of all, now what? You will only have

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Are you Sabotaging Your Job Search?

Sometimes job seekers unintentionally give employers reasons to not hire them. How? Self-sabotage! According to a recent Kiplinger article, there are seven major mistakes that jobseekers often make in their quest for employment that can actually cause it to take

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