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Quick tips on how to get into an interviewers head and beat the competition

The following list will help you get into your interviewer’s head and learn what they want to see in a candidate. This list contains science-backed strategies to make you seem more likeable, competent, and ultimately hireable. 1,595 more words

Career Development

12 body language tricks to use during a job interview

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

Just as what you say during an interview helps communicate your fit for the job, so too does your body language.

“Body language can have a big impact on the way you’re perceived by others, especially at work,” Rosemary Haefner, chief human resources officer for CareerBuilder, … 873 more words


Why You Should Always Go Off-Script in a Job Interview

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You’ve just landed an interview for your dream job. If you’re like most people, you’ll spend hours, perhaps days, preparing for that interview. 1,209 more words


What Not To Ask In A Job Interview

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Asking questions about wages and benefits in the first job interview may potentially send an inappropriate message. 322 more words

Money Matters

How To Not Suck At Job Interviews

(Source: dollarsandsense.sg)

This article was first published by Cheerfulegg.

Last week, I blogged about how it’s lame when fresh grads say, “I wanna earn $4k!”, with absolutely zero basis. 1,079 more words

Money Matters

9 Sentences You Shouldn't Use In An Interview.

Employers have revealed a few secrets that could help any job-seeker avoid trivial mistakes with generic statements during interviews. These errors are indeed, very costly and could be the only distance keeping any candidate away from landing that dream job. 740 more words


20 Questions You Should Never Ask In An Interview.

Job seekers go through so much stress preparing for interviews with expectations of possible questions to be asked. It, however, becomes challenging when an interviewer turns the table on a candidate with this inevitable sentence: … 341 more words