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Steps to Take after a Critical Interview

Finishing an interview can feel like a weight has been lifted off your shoulders. Yet, your job is not done. Employers can conduct anywhere from a few to tens of interviews to find the best employee for a position. As an applicant, you must remain in the front of the candidate crowd to increase your […]

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What Do I Do If I Missed My Job Interview?

You got a call back from an employer and scheduled an interview. But a last minute emergency prevented you from making it to the meeting. What do you do? Have you blown your chances of getting the job? Not necessarily. If you act quickly, the employer may give you a second chance. Here’s what to […]

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How Do I Negotiate My Salary?

When you’re offered a job but the salary is too low, what do you do? If you’re smart and savvy, you will want to negotiate your salary so you’re paid your actual worth. There are a few steps to take that will help you negotiate your salary like a pro: 1. Be Upfront and Honest […]

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How Do I Address An Employer On A Cover Letter?

You’re sitting down writing out your resume and you’re just going to start your cover letter when it hits you: “how do I address my potential employer?” This is a common occurrence and one that is easily answered. The Don’ts Before we talk about what to do, there’s a lot of don’ts that you need […]

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Steps to Overcome Interview Anxiety

Are you feeling stressed about an upcoming interview? Have you had an interview fall flat because you felt nervous and feel worried it will happen again? At Employment Solutions, our employment specialists can prepare you for your interview, so you can impress the interviewers with your poise and professionalism. Here are 8 steps compiled by […]

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Asking for a Job Reference–The Right Way

Nearly every employer will require reference and use that information as a key factor in the decision process of whether to hire you. Due the significant level of importance that’s placed on the references, you must choose these individuals wisely. Avoid using friends and family as references. If you must include a coworker or a […]

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How to Answer the Dreaded Question: What is Your Biggest Flaw?

Your biggest weakness or flaw may seem like a horrifying subject to talk about. When you’ve landed an interview, you’ll undoubtedly be asked  the question “what is your biggest flaw?” Not being prepared to answer this common question is setting yourself up for failure. Let’s face the truth; we all have flaws. Understanding Why the […]

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How to Prepare for a Manufacturing Job Interview

How to Prepare for a Manufacturing Job Interview Preparing for a manufacturing job interview is much like preparing for any interview. However, there are a few ways in which you can customize your approach for an interview in the manufacturing industry. Review the job advertisement. You must be certain that you understand exactly what the […]

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How to Handle Difficult Questions in a Job Interview

How to Handle Difficult Questions in a Job Interview Every job interview will include a series of difficult questions that you will be expected to answer. Your responses to these questions will partially determine whether the interviewer feels you are a good match for the company. Therefore, it’s helpful to know how to handle difficult […]

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Phone Interview Strategies You Should Know

Phone Interview Strategies You Should Know Engaging in a successful phone interview can be a cinch to accomplish, if you are prepared. During a phone interview, there are 10 specific strategies of which you should be aware so that you leave the impression that you are polite, knowledgeable and excited to attain the job. Employment […]

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