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20 Prep Questions for an Interview
Last Updated: Jul 09, 2007
20 Questions An Applicant Should Be Prepared To Answer In An Interview  
Ten Keys to a Dynamite Resume
Last Updated: Feb 06, 2007
To help you construct a better, more powerful resume, here are ten overall considerations in regard to your resume’s content and presentation:  
How to Evaluate a Job Offer
Last Updated: Feb 06, 2007
Let’s assume your employment interview went well, and there’s sincere and mutual interest on both sides. You now need to decide two things: first, whether the new position is right for you; and if so, what sort of offer you’d be willing to accept.  
Choosing The Best Resume Format
Last Updated: Feb 06, 2007
Your resume can be arranged in one of two basic formats: summary or chronological  
The Dangers of Resume Overkill
Last Updated: Jan 06, 2007
Nearly everything written about resume design concentrates on what you should put in. But let’s look at what should be left out, or at least minimized  
How Do I Discuss the Subject of Money?
Last Updated: Feb 06, 2007
During the employment interview, there’s a good chance you’ll be asked about your current and expected level of compensation. Here’s the way to handle it.  
A Stronger Resume Will Increase Your Odds
Last Updated: Feb 06, 2007
Reality Check: Given the choice of two candidates of equal ability, hiring managers will always prefer to interview the one with the most artfully constructed and attractive resume. For that reason, candidates with superb qualifications are often overlooked. And companies end up hiring from a more shallow pool of talent; a pool made up of those candidates whose experience is represented by powerfully written, visually appealing resumes.  

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