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Posted December 27, 2012 by

4 Questions To Ask During Your Job Interview

CollegeRecruiter.comWhile you may practice answering potential questions for an interview, don’t forget that you need to prepare some questions of your own.  The following post has four questions you should ask during a job interview.

When getting ready for an interview, it is important to not only prepare yourself to answer the questions you may be asked, but also questions that you can ask the people who are interviewing you. Many job seekers get so excited about finally getting an interview opportunity that they forget that interviewing is a two-way street. Yes – you need to make sure that this company and job are a good fit for you. Otherwise, you’ll be going through the job search process all over again when you (or the company) realize that it just wasn’t a good fit.

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4 Questions To Ask During Your Job Interview

Posted December 17, 2012 by

4 Things Never To Worry About Before A Job Interview

CollegeRecruiter.comYou don’t want to put too much stress on yourself before a job interview.  The following post lists four things you shouldn’t sweat about before this meeting.

Job interviews can certainly be intimidating—from worrying about your appearance to answering the questions competently, there’s a lot of pressure when going to speak to a potential employer.


4 Things Never To Worry About Before A Job Interview

Posted December 11, 2012 by

4 Mistakes Employers Are Sure To Notice

CollegeRecruiter.comJob seekers must be aware of how they conduct themselves during their job searches.  The following post explains four mistakes that will turnoff employers from these potential employees.

During the hunt for a job, it’s common to continually seek new ways to stand out to your potential employers. While job seekers are busy developing their unique elevator pitches, they might be overlooking the little mistakes that set them apart in a negative way to potential employers.

Not having the success you expected during your job search? Here are four mistakes employers might be noticing:


4 Mistakes Employers Are Sure To Notice

Posted December 07, 2012 by

“Why Did You Leave Your Last Position?”

CollegeRecruiter.comAs you practice questions for your next interview, consider that an employer may ask you why you want to leave your last or current position.  The following post has advice on how to answer this question.

A common question asked during an interview is “Why Did You Leave Your Last Position?” A friend of mine who worked in Iran during the 1979 revolution offers an easy answer: his resume always says “civil unrest.” While that is a concrete and completely honest answer, most of us don’t usually have such a perfect answer when asked that question during an interview. Futhermore, the answer can be even more difficult if you are still in your current position and interviewing for a new position at another company.

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“Why Did You Leave Your Last Position?”