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Posted April 26, 2016 by

[video] 5 tips for following up after job interviews


Just because your interview went well doesn’t mean you can rest. Following up after a job interview is absolutely important and affects your chances.

Imagine this scenario: You finish the interview. You stand up, straightening your new suit jacket. The recruiter smiles broadly and extends her hand.

“Thank you so much for your time today. You should definitely hear from us within the next two weeks about our hiring decision.”

It’s in the bag, you think to yourself while you shake hands with her, smiling and thanking her for the opportunity to interview with her company and colleagues. (more…)

Posted October 25, 2013 by

10 Interviewing Tips to Get Any Job

Ken Sundheim

Ken Sundheim, CEO of KAS Sales Recruiting

There are certain interviewing tips that are going to lead to any job seeker getting the position that they want.  Believe it or not, much of it has to do with going back to the basics.  While we should always strive to continue learning, it is important to brush up on certain factors that are easily forgotten.

With that being said, here are 10 tips to help you ace the interview and get the position that you want. (more…)

Posted December 26, 2012 by

How to Make the Interviewer See You as the Best Applicant

CollegeRecruiter.comDuring a job interview, you need to convince an employer that you’re the ideal candidate for a position.  The following post explains how to do so.

One of the most important aspects of mock interviewing programs is often overlooked. That aspect, making the interviewer link you to the position you are applying for as the best candidate, needs to be honed. It’s not difficult and a couple of simple questions are usually enough to do the trick. What is important is that in answering them the interviewer is already imagining you as the person filling the position.

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How to Make the Interviewer See You as the Best Applicant

Posted December 14, 2012 by

Bluff Your Way to Interview Confidence

CollegeRecruiter.comIt is natural to feel nervous going into an interview.  If you need an extra boost before this meeting, the following post has tips to build up your confidence.

There is an old saying, “hum a few bars and fake it.” There are times, and interviews are often the case, where this is the best course of action. While you never want to come off as entitled or as though you are superior, faking confidence can often be the difference between an outstanding interview and one that is a dismal failure. A great resume will get you an interview. A great interview will get you the job.

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Bluff Your Way to Interview Confidence