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Behavioral interviewing is dumb

I went to grad school at the University of Minnesota from 2012 to 2014. In hindsight, I regret nearly everything about it — although in the process, I learned a lot about myself and who I am, and those lessons have served me well enough to have a functional job and write a blog that maybe a few dozen people appreciate weekly, so that’s something. 621 more words

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Impress in Your Next Interview

If you’re on the job market, the most intimidating experience can be going in for the interview. After all this work and effort you’ve put into your application, you’ve still got more hoops to jump through. 663 more words

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The Secret to Acing Behavioral Interviews: Be a Great Storyteller

Preparing for a big physician job interview? According to the 2014 In-House Physician Recruitment Processes Report released by the Association of Staff Physician Recruiters (ASPR), nearly 60% of in-house physician recruiters use behavioral interview questions when screening potential candidates. 434 more words

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Resume Tips for Students Seeking IT Security Jobs or Internships

On February 6, 2015, the Top Secret Colonials sponsored an IT Resume Writing Lecture.  This lecture was given by Al Wong of The MITRE Corporation.   54 more words

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