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Interview questions about “a difficult person” are job search land mines. Watch your step! This post is an excerpt from Get That Job! The Quick and Complete Guide to a Winning Job Interview, available from Amazon as a softcover or eBook. How should you answer this tricky interview question? Sometimes the question is phrased a little […]Continue reading
How do you answer the interview question, “What are your salary expectations?” This post is the fifth in a series of excerpts from my upcoming eBook, Get That Job! The Quick and Complete Guide to a Winning Job Interview, available from Amazon. “What are your salary expectations?” Answering this question too specifically can lose you […]Continue reading
How do you “wrap it all up and tie it with a bow” at the end of an interview? We all tend to remember what we hear first and what we hear last. In the past I’ve written about that crucial first question, but now let’s look at how a good closing statement can help […]Continue reading
Many job seekers miss the boat in job interviews, because they forget that the purpose of answering every question is to market themselves for the job. You never forget that, right? You’d be amazed how many questions you may answering is a less-than-strategic way. Most job seekers, at least occasionally, answer interview questions as if […]Continue reading
Interview authentically and strategically. These are the “yin and yang” of good interviewing. Actually, these aren’t truly opposites. The real opposite of strategy is randomness, or carelessness, which sometimes comes wrapped in the flag of “just being real.” Many job candidates fail to be strategic. They interview in an honest and straightforward way, but without […]Continue reading
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