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Interview Questions: What Do Hiring Managers Want?

Interviewing questions can be routine or complete surprises and everyone struggles with having the perfect answer.  You don’t want to sound rehearsed but you don’t want to be caught off guard.  You definitely don’t want to say anything that won’ t get you the job.  And, I’m sure, you often said to yourself, “That question again.”  Well, there is a method to the interview questioning madness.  Behind every question, the interviewer is hoping to learn more about you – what’s your real personality, how do you think,  how do you handle yourself.  The next time you are asked the same question yet again, here’s what the interviewer is trying to find out:

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Be Aware: 2017 Hiring Trends

The hiring season has begun and hiring trends are emerging.  While some aspects of interviewing will stay the same, technology is starting to make a huge difference as are the skills employers need and want. Understanding  how the interviewing process is changing, will give you an edge.  According to the Addison Group,  expect the following trends:

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U.S. Advertising And Marketing Execs Reveal Hiring Plans Through 2016

A CommPRO News Update According to research from The Creative Group, thirteen percent of executives in advertising and marketing plan to expand their teams in the second half of 2016. This is up from 11 percent in the first half of the year. The majority of those surveyed said they expect to maintain staff levels…

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Interviewing Etiquette: 13 Tips To Lower Your Stress

Interviewing etiquette can be stressful.  You don’t know what is to come and you want everyone to like you.  It can be a recipe for disaster.  What you have to remember is that everyone interviewing feels this way and hiring managers and recruiters take it into consideration.  But, as the interview approaches, the nerves come out.  What can you do to help this?  Well, there are a few tips to follow that can help you through the process.

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Social Media In Your Job Search: 5 Sites To Be On

Using social media in your job search can be a very powerful tool.  It can connect you to recruiters, hiring managers, alumni, like-minded professionals and even to organizations where you want to work.  What is most important on networking sites is making sure that you are utilizing your profile to the maximum advantage.  The site or sites you use must show you off so that people can notice and/or find you.  Here are some tips for leveraging LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest an Google+ :

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Your Six Seconds: 3 Ways To Get Your Resume Read

Your six seconds, what does that mean?  Studies have shown that hiring managers/recruiters scan your resume and they scan it for 6 seconds.  It’s scary to think that a decision will be made in that short timeframe.  That’s not a lot of time but, as a recruiter, I can tell you that it’s enough to get an impression of the candidate.  Whether it’s less than six or more, it still means that you have to get your message across quickly and targeted to the reader.  So what can you do?  Here are   things that you can do to make your six seconds count.

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Summertime Job Search: 3 Tips To Sizzle In The Job Market

Is it productive to do a summertime job search? Many job seekers think that recruiters/hiring managers will be away for the summer. That’s not true. While people do take vacations in the summer and around holidays, very few people take long vacations any more and, if they do, they have someone to cover for them. In the business world, summer is ‘business as usual.’

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Cover Letters: 5 Tips to Maximize Readership

In the job search world today, getting noticed can be the hardest part. Recruiters and hiring managers are bombarded with resumes and only spend a few seconds scanning each one. What should you do to be noticed? Make sure your cover letter stands out and is easy to read.

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PR Students: Guide to Building a New Career in Public Relations

  Ronn Torossian, CEO, 5WPR Though perceived as a long party, a career in Public Relations is more than popping champagne and expensive lunches. Thanks to the fierce competition for jobs, getting one’s first foot into a PR career can be a daunting process. However, that’s not to say a graduate cannot make it, because many have made it.…

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Job Search Traps: 7 Traps To Avoid

Marie Raperto, The Hiring Hub Job search traps are a reality.  Unfortunately, the internal hiring process is out of your control.  You can’t make hiring managers call you back quicker or make decisions faster.  The hiring process can be quite long and frustrating.  But you can be making it more stressful without realizing what you are…

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Resume Rules: 2021

.Resume rules do change. If you want a new job in today’s environment, your resume must be targeted for each specific job.

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