Original article by Carole Martin, Monster If you’ve ever been asked the question “What are your strengths and weaknesses?” in a job interview, you probably immediately noticed your heart racing. How do I say what I’m not good at without looking terrible…Read More »
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“My experience getting into medical device sales was made simple by Thomas Wood / Career Search International. I always have had the goal of breaking into a medical sales role and when Thomas reached out about an opportunity he did…Read More »
Original article by Ximena Hartsock, Entrepreneur When I used to interview for jobs, I felt self-conscious about my accent. I was born in Santiago, Chile, earned a doctorate in the U.S. and worked for the Washington, D.C. government before launching…Read More »
(Original article by John Bates, Inc.) Here’s how to sound as credible as you are. “John – we are receiving some feedback about the team and their presentation style. In particular we get comments about the inflection of their voice…Read More »
(Original article at Forbes) “Making it to the second round of a job interview can feel like you hit the lottery of the job pool. It can be easy to think that you have the position secured, but without the…Read More »
(Original article by Dominic Umbro, Business Insider via Time) “When sifting through résumés during my time as a staffing manager, it was a huge pet peeve to review bullet points that lacked a measurable list of achievements to substantiate the job…Read More »