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Posted February 05, 2016 by

Addressing low grades during interviews

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Joe Flanagan, guest writer

According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development, or OECD, there’s a crisis in the USA with only 46% of students finishing college. Whether you have dropped out or graduated with low grades you are not alone. Interviews can be a nerve-wracking experience, particularly your very first one, but if you are leaving college with low grades, the prospect of interviews can seem even more daunting. It is important to remember that despite low grades, you have still been invited for an interview, so the employer is interested in you. If you are worried about explaining your low grades, these tips can help you deal with this without it becoming a major issue. (more…)

Posted April 25, 2014 by

Prepare to Talk About Your Resume During an Entry Level Job Interview

When you’re going to interview for an entry level job, make sure can talk about your own resume.  Learn why in the following post.

Whether you write your own or have your resume written professionally, one thing remains true: You have to be able to speak to what is on your resume! You be able to bring it (and your value) to life. Why? Because many interviewers do what I call “resume interviews”. They base nearly every question to you off of

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