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Category Archives: Job Interviews

So You Missed Your Job Interview

  So you missed your job interview.  It happens.  Just know that recruiters hate an empty interview chair! The fact is that it is harder to make a good impression at the job interview, if you don’t show up for the job interview.  … Read More…

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Artificial Intelligence in Hiring; AI is all over your Job Search

If you are graduating soon, you should know that recruiters are increasingly using Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the hiring process.  That voice on the other end of the phone could be a real person or a real computer like a Chatbot or an … Read More…

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I’m just looking for a good place to work

One of the most stressful parts of the job search is evaluating whether or not a certain company would be a good place to work – for you.  Questions you ask yourself could be – How do I pick a good place to … Read More…

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