Exploit Hiring Bias: Be The First Job Interview Of The Day

May 28, 2013

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Exploit Hiring Bias: Be The First Job Interview Of The Day
Fast Company
the best candidates would get the best jobs, free of the foibles frequently found in the first-date confines of the job interview.

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What questions should you ask at a job interview? – CBS News

May 28, 2013

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What questions should you ask at a job interview?

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Telephone interview tips

May 21, 2013

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Telephone interview tips
Boston.com
A: Telephone interviews have become a popular screening tool, and are now equally as important as an in-person interview.

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3 Odd Ways Some Millennials Sabotage Job Interviews

May 21, 2013

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3 Odd Ways Some Millennials Sabotage Job Interviews – PayScale PayScale Career News No matter what generation we’re from, this is a good reminder that interviews are as much about establishing a rapport with the interviewer (and by proxy, the…

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Why an employer may invite you back multiple times after a job interview

May 21, 2013

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If you have ever tried to get a job, you know that the first interview is hardly ever the last interview.

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Tips on preparing for a job interview

May 21, 2013

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Tips on preparing for a job interview – Bizcommunity.com
Bizcommunity.com
One third of employers will make a hiring decision in the first 90 seconds of a job interview.

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Put the Smackdown on Pre-Interview Jitters

May 21, 2013

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Put the Smackdown on Pre-Interview Jitters
U.S. News & World Report (blog)
It’s understandable to be nervous when being interviewed for a potential job. After all, this may be where you end up spending a great deal of time, should you get hired.

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