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Posted December 04, 2013 by

Interviewing for Recent Graduate Jobs? 10 Answers You Should Not Give

When preparing to interview for recent graduate jobs, you want to be confident about how you answer all potential questions.  The following post shares 10 answers you should not give to an interviewer.

You think you nailed the interview; your answers were just as you rehearsed: honest and concise. You went home feeling good about this one. Still, you don’t get a call back. There is a often a good reason: your answers to the critical questions that means the difference between “no thank you” and “you’re hired”…

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Posted May 08, 2013 by

Entry Level Job Seekers, Prepare for Skype Interviews

The following post offers some tips for entry level job seekers preparing for interviews using Skype.

In this age of technology that we live in, applying for a job across the nation or even in another country has become possible with the aid of Skype interviews. Instead of asking someone to come to an interview thousands of miles away, companies are able to perform formal interviews with


Steps to Success on a Skype Interview

Posted December 27, 2012 by

Interview Mistakes to Avoid

CollegeRecruiter.comMaking a good impression in an interview is a big step in landing a new job.  In order for veterans (and other job seekers) to achieve this goal, it is important not to make the mistakes mentioned in the following post.

Interviews are a time of excitement , anticipation, and anxiety for many job seekers. A good interview is the key to a new career. For this reason, it’s not always the most qualified person who gets an offer; it’s frequently the person who has the best interview. Here are some interview mistakes to avoid, so that you can put your best foot forward:

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Interview Mistakes to Avoid

Posted December 11, 2012 by

The Power of the Informational Interview

CollegeRecruiter.comParticipating in an informational interview is a chance to gather information for your job search.  The following post discusses this interview and guides you through its process.

Informational interviews use your network to prospect for leads and opportunities. If you want a job interview, you should understand the informational interview and how to initiate it and use it effectively. Gathering information in this way opens the doors to opportunities while minimizing rejections and competition.


The Power of the Informational Interview