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Career Development

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To stay constantly afloat, we need to stop and examine our career lives, set goals and work on improving it to get ahead and reap the rewards.

Career Development

Interviews Tips

Interviews are the most important part of your job search journey, and one of the underlying factors that will make the hirer decide to hire you or not.

Ace your interview, and exponentially increase your chances of getting hired by adhering to these top ten tips.


1. Be on time
There is no excuse for it, none! You don't want a pissed off person interviewing you. Leave extra early, do whatever it takes. Blaming it on traffic or anything else doesn't matter (even if it's true).

2. Cell phone off
Obvious but easily forgotten, at least it was with 2 of the people interviewed. Double and triple check to make sure your cell phone ringer is turned off.

3. Know the company, and why you want to work there
Google the company you're interviewing for. Learn as much as you can about the company's mission, objectives, goals, and future plans. If you're asked why you want to work for the company, your best answer should be something more constructive then, "I like the company's location".

4. Dress in a clean conservative manner
Make sure you go into a job interview having showered and wearing clean clothes. If you like wearing cologne or perfume, don't wear any on the day of the interview. What's subtle smelling to you may be overwhelming to your interviewer.

5. Profiles to private
If you don't think interviewers Google you or look you up on Facebook or MySpace, you're crazy. Hiring managers I've talked to all do this, as one put it, "to weed out people who wouldn't be a good fit in the company's culture." Don't give them ammo to not like you, set your profiles to private.