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Category: Interview Best Practices


Stop Psyching Yourself Out: 6 Tips for a Stress-Free Job Interview

September 22nd, 2017

Even if you’ve been on many throughout your career, job interviews tend to trigger anxiety in most people. While a small dose of anxiety can be a good thing when it comes to keeping you focused, becoming overly stressed can hinder your interview performance. The key to success during any job interview is to control… Read more »

Yes, Practice Really Does Make Perfect – How to Fine-Tune Your Interview Skills

August 21st, 2017

Many professional skills tend to be moving targets that can continually be improved upon; interviewing is one of these skills. An interview is your one chance to make a great impression on a potential employer, so possessing this skill is of utmost importance. Whether you are currently on the job hunt or may decide to… Read more »

How to Wordsmith Your Resume: 10 Tips to Steal from Copywriters

May 5th, 2017

Crafting an eye-catching resume that concisely highlights your best skills and attributes is an imperative tool every job seeker should have in their arsenal. After all, this is often the first and only opportunity you may have to make it on to the next stage of the hiring process! When it comes to writing a… Read more »

How to Snag a Great Job in Oklahoma City (Before It’s Posted!)

April 21st, 2017

We’ve all been there. A great job is posted, you apply for the position and receive an automated email response informing you the job has already been filled. Wouldn’t it be great if you could somehow get your foot in the door for these positions before they are posted? The good news is there is… Read more »

Aptitude Testing When Interviewing for a Job: What You Need to Know

February 17th, 2017

First impressions are long-lasting; this is especially true when it comes to interviewing for a job. After all, this may be the one and only chance you get to prove you are the right candidate for the position! Although most job interviews are not formal tests, it is important to prepare by reviewing certain materials… Read more »

How to Write a Stellar Job Interview Follow-Up

February 3rd, 2017

As most people who have been on a job hunt will tell you, interviews are often the most nerve-racking step in the job seeking process – but what happens after the interview? Although the ball is in the hiring manager’s court, you are not powerless while waiting to hear back. While post-interview follow-up is key… Read more »

The Confident Job Candidate: A Guide to Interviewing

January 27th, 2017

Congratulations! You’ve written a compelling cover letter, and your skills and experience conveyed on your resume have caught the eye of the hiring manager, moving you right along to the next crucial step of the hiring process: the in-person interview! While your potential new employer is already interested in the skill set you could bring… Read more »

7 Career Lessons You’ll Wish You Knew Sooner

December 9th, 2016

As humans, we are constantly growing and evolving. Regardless of the amount of training, education or skills we possess when entering the workforce, we all experience professional downfalls that simply cannot be predicted. Fortunately, the silver lining in tough career lessons is they are mistakes you will neither forget nor repeat. No matter where you… Read more »

Don’t Get Stuck in a Rut! 6 Interview Questions You Should Be Asking

September 30th, 2016

By the time the in-person interview rolls around, applicants have already been vetted down to the final pool of the best of the best. As an employer, this is your opportunity to make sure you select not only the most qualified candidate for the position, but the one that will be the best fit for… Read more »

Better Late Than Never! – Why You Need to Update Your Resume

July 8th, 2016

Many of us are guilty of doing it. Unless you are actively job seeking, it is easy to let your resume take the back burner for several months or even years until you’re back on the job market again. It may sound surprising, but having an up-to-date and polished resume can be as valuable to… Read more »

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