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Teaser Tuesday: "Spirelli Paranormal Investigations: Episodes 1-3"

So this week I’m reading a short omnibus, Spirelli Paranormal Investigations: Episodes 1-3, by Kate Baray, which — as you may surmise — collects three short novels about the adventures of Jack Spirelli, who, uh, investigates the paranormal.   1,464 more words

Writing

Sample answers to common interview questions.

Although you can’t predict exactly what questions will be asked – you can think about possible questions and prepare BRIEF responses beforehand.

Some questions will be behavioural (on the assumption that past behaviour is a predictor of future behaviour). 991 more words

Job Applications

If I Could Be Honest in Interviews

I spent 3 months looking for a job when I first moved to New York. It was awful. There are dresses I refuse to wear again because I feel like I’ll never get rid of the stink of shame within the pit stains. 774 more words

Various Thoughts

3 Interview Mistakes No Company Should Make

Quick note: As you’ll see if you note the date of the “What Sam Wore” at the bottom of the post, I wrote this back in March. 658 more words

Sammitt Says ...

The Ford Transition Project

As part of the Ford Transition Project (FTP), Auto Skills Australia (ASA) has established an Outreach Centre to provide support for exited Ford & supply chain workers in Geelong at the newly opened Skills and Jobs Centre. 202 more words

Job Applications

Optimising Social Media to get ahead in your career

This week I had the pleasure of speaking at DIT’s Creative Careers Day in IMMA. It’s always a complement to be invited to speak at events but this event felt special as I was giving helpful advice to creatives getting started in their careers. 141 more words

Cian Corbett

Pardon me, you're stepping on my G-String!

Dress for the job interview, not the pub.

Whenever you are attending a job interview, place close attention to what you are going to wear. If you don’t make much effort with your personal appearance, your recruiter  might think you won’t make make much effort at work. 335 more words

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