A Simple Thank-You May Make the Difference: The Importance of Follow-up

The first question a career or job coach will ask their client after their job interview is “Did you send your thank-you letter yet? Unfortunately, the answer is usually no. Most people don’t realize that it is necessary to thank the employer for the interview. A simple “thank-you” can make the difference for you in

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How to Avoid a Bad Interview

Gaining an interview means you’ve made it through the first round of cuts; your resume proved that you have the necessary experience and now your potential employer wants to talk to you to find out if you are the right person for the job.  Interviews can be nerve-wracking, but properly preparing for a job interview

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Interview Tips for Return-to-Work Moms©

In today’s tough economic climate many of the more than 5 million work-at-home moms are deicing to return to work to help meet expenses.  As a retuning mom, the most important factor for successful interviewing is to be confident and self assured and know that your skill set and accomplishments will leave in good standing

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Lunch Interview Etiquette

Okay, the fact that you were asked to attend a “lunch interview” is a sign that the boss or manager already approves of you. If you have been in a formal office interview with the same firm and then received the call for the lunch meeting, it is a very clear indication that you are

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