Preparing for Your Interview

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Preparing for your interview takes a lot of work. Here’s a few pointers to get you started. Research your prospective company through and through. Learn about their history and where the company seems to be heading. Find the names of important figures and their role in the company, particularly your interviewer. How will your hiring… Read more »

Following Up an Interview | The Art of Thank You Letters

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Following up an interview is important in terms of conveying professionalism and your desire to fill the position. It’s also a great opportunity to ask any questions you didn’t have the chance to raise during the course of your interview. The purpose of writing a thank you letter is to acknowledge your interviewer’s time and… Read more »

Top 5 Interview Mistakes


There’s plenty of things you can do to land a job, but as our top 5 interview mistakes will tell you, there’s just as many things that can take you out of the running for a position. The most common interview mistake is arriving late. If you’re interviewing in a location you’ve never been before,… Read more »

How to Dress for Your Interview

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You should spend as little time as possible determining how to dress for your interview, using that time to prepare yourself for the tough questions instead. Here’s the best way to simplify your attire. Your wardrobe plays a major role in making your first impression to any potential employee. Regardless of the work environment, it’s… Read more »

Our Best Skype Interview Tips

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Don’t be surprised if you’ve found yourself searching for Skype interview tips, especially if you’re applying for an out of state job. Skype is a free to use video and voice chat service employers are increasingly turning to for its convenience, the ability to conduct meetings and interviews without the burden of things like travel… Read more »