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DON'T WANT THE JOB? DO THIS!

Most people do not prepare properly for an interview. A lot of time, energy and money are spent in preparation for the chance to have an interview meeting with a prospective employer. However, little to no preparation is done for the interview itself. Most professionals spend an incredible amount of time preparing their resume, ... to be ready to address it and do so with confidence. Whatever you do always be direct and honest. Unfortunately, during interviews we are of

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Nursing as a profession

Nursing is a highly regarded profession with high standards of honesty and ethics amongst various other professions. Nursing has emerged as the largest health care occupation with over 2.7 million jobs. With over 100,000 vacant positions and a ever-growing need for health care workers, the career outlook is ... have now started offering incentives like signing bonuses, subsidized training, open shift bidding. Open shift bidding is an emerging concept where nurses can find va

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10 Career Change Myths

Career Myth #1: You can't make a living doing something you really, truly love This is the grand-daddy of career myths, the belief that you can't have a "practical" career doing something that you were passionate about. It has to be one or the other. This myth is rooted in fear. Fear that we have to sacrifice our ... Ten Career" list out there to see if anything catches your interest? Do you know your MBTI type? If you do, you might be falling prey to the career epiphany myt

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Find The Perfect Job In No Time

It's about who you know, NOT what you know! But, what if you don't know anyone? Then what are you suppose to do? You suppose to go hunting and make contacts. When finding any job the first rule is to make looking for a job your JOB! Finding a Job Is Your Job If you are ... do some digging). You should prepare questions which you may have for the interviewer about the company and/or position. You should familiarize or refresh yourself with the requirements/qualific

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Are You Sabotaging Your Career?

My experience working with thousands of leaders world wide for the past two decades teaches me that most leaders are screwing up their careers. On a daily basis, these leaders are getting the wrong results or the right results in the wrong ways. Interestingly, they themselves are choosing to fail. They're actively ... most effective Calls-to-action because they make three errors regarding it. First, they err by mistaking the Call-to-Action as an order. Within the conte

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Success In The Workplace Is All About Attitude And Approach

Whether you're just entering the workforce or have been entrenched for many years or are creating your own business, the world of work is an intrinsic part of all of our lives. And for a relative few, it's not all about the money. Our lives in the work world can take many transitions: As a teenager just entering ... but again, with a better attitude and approach, one can at least make the best of it, and begin looking for another position that may be more satisfying. Ther

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Your Best Job Search Tool May Be Your Computer

Have you ever been frustrated at the lack of job possibilities advertised in the classified section of your local newspaper? Large papers may offer more choices, but you will still be limited by the number of openings listed at any one time, not to mention geographical limitations. Even at its best, this approach just won't ... is AllJobSearch (www.alljobsearch.com), which acts as a comprehensive, easily used job search engine. All you do is key in a word or phrase (such

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Aggressively Written Resumes

When writing resumes, it is important to remember whom it is you're trying to please - (is it you, or the hiring authority?) In this article I will present my ideas of what makes up really aggressive documents, based on my many years in the industry, and my career in owning and managing a successful resume writing and career ... Writing professor called "tight writing." That is, to eliminate as many "an's, the's, also's, a's," etc., as possible. They typically aren't

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Ask Your Own Questions

Okay, you have made it to the end of your interview and the interviewer says it is now your turn. They want to know if you have any questions for them. And most likely you do: How did I do and Are you going to hire me - unfortunately you can't ask either one. But there are questions that you ... brownie points. Ask questions that are important to you as well, if vacation time and benefits are a deal breaker for you, find out now what the company has to offer.

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Be Confident in a Job Interview

Who isn't nervous during a job interview? Even the most self-assured candidate is going to have a moment or two of self-doubt. But the trick is to keep this to yourself and portray an image of confidence. This is what a potential employer wants to see if you are not confident in your own abilities why ... or family members to remind you of all of your great traits and what makes you special - an ego boost before an interview can certainly boost your confidence level.

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Be Honest in Job Interviews

There is a difference between telling a story highlighting the positive to make you sound better and lying to the interviewer. It is rare for a company to not conduct reference check these days so don't say anything that can not be verified by your boss or other references that you provide. There are many ways to ... that are going to highlight your talents and work history in the best possible way. Don't claim or state anything that cannot be backed up by your references.

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Be Specific when Answering Questions

Sometimes - or more like every time - you go for an interview, your nerves make it hard to concentrate and answer questions to the best of your ability. The important thing to remember is to really listen to the questions being asked. If the interviewer tells you they want a specific example, don't ... they even hire you. By answering situational questions specifically you can assure the interviewer you have the skills and thought processes that they are looking for.

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Be Thorough but to the Point

If you love to talk and when you are nervous can go on and on, or if you are the opposite and clam up when you are in a stressful situation - you need to be conscious of this and not do either in an interview. When asked a question, an interview wants enough information that will help them ... you give thorough information without living the interviewer wanting more. But if you are in doubt, less is better - an interviewer will ask follow-up questions if necessary.

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Bring Doubles of Everything to an Interview

In addition to a list of questions you want to ask and a pen and notepad you should also bring duplicate copies of anything else that you may need to provide to the interviewer. When booking the interview, ask if there is anything specific you should bring with you (normally references is the only requirement). But if ... requested of you, if you do not think you can obtain them in the timeframe given be sure to let the person know before you arrive for the interview.

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Don’t be Late for an Interview

This may seem obvious, but it happens way too often. No matter the reason, there is no excuse for it (besides an injury or family emergency and then kudos for you for showing up). Getting lost, bad traffic, or losing track of time doesn't matter to an interviewer. They are taking time away from their primary ... trying to book another appointment right away. And if you are lucky enough to get a second chance, follow the tips above to arrive not only on time, but early.

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Don’t Make Assumptions

This is a good piece of advice to follow in life, but it also has a special place in an interview setting. You want to be viewed as someone who understands what is necessary and can deliver the expected results - more than just in the interview room - and making assumptions will not guarantee you will be ... you have received a job offer. Make the best impression you have and keep the mindset that you are still competing for the job and sell yourself accordingly.

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Enthusiasm in a Job Interview

Are you excited at the prospect of getting a new job and are thrilled that you were called in for an interview? Well, then show it when you are being interviewed! Bring an energy and attitude to the interview that will make the company take notice. The process of interviewing is usual a long and boring one for those on ... work against you instead of for you. If you are naturally bubbly by nature, tone it down a bit for the interview so you do not overwhelm your hosts.

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Etiquette Rules during Job Interviews

During an interview you need to mind your manners and follow an unspoken code of etiquette. This is more than your mom's keep your elbows off the table. Business manners are going to be key, an interview is so much more than what you have to say - it is how you present (or sell) yourself. If part of the job ... . If you are just learning their name, repeat it and remember it. You want to be sure to get it right and thank them for their time when you are leaving.

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Explaining Gaps in Employment

When you get to the interview, be prepared to discuss your resume. In addition to explaining why you left previous companies and chit chat about the position, if you have any gaps in employment be prepared to explain them. Many people are scared that an interviewer is going to discover that they were ... out the best explanation for times of unemployment so an interviewer sees it as reasonable or even beneficial to them in the case of additional education and classes.

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How Not to Obsess after a Job Interview

The interview is over and you can't help but sigh with relief. You made it through and it wasn't as bad as you thought it would (or maybe it was, but hey it was a good experience). Now, you might think you are in the clear and all you have to do is wait. While it is true that waiting is the ... 't get the job use it as a learning experience. If there were questions you wished you would have answered differently at least you know that now for the next interview you attend.

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