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Recruiting for Entry Level Jobs? How to Get More Information During Behavioral Interviews

Employers recruiting for entry level jobs may want to consider behavioral interviews for their candidates.  In order to get more information during these interviews, the following post shares some tips to consider.

Behavioral interviews are becoming increasingly popular as the “in” thing in recruitment processes everywhere. You’ll find tons of resources online that give candidates all sorts of advice on how to ace a behavioral interview. Oddly enough, what’s offered to most recruiters is simply a template with a bunch of “behavioral questions.” To conduct an

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