What Is the STAR Method? How to Use It in Interviews

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Preview of Top Behavioral Interview Questions:
Tell me about a time …

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15 Signs You Will Get The Job After an Interview

Uncertainty sucks—especially when it comes to job interviews. The anxiety of wondering if you did well, aced those common questions, and impressed the hiring manager can be unbearable. You want to know, and you want to know now. Well, reading …

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Using Past Job Rejections to Ace Your Next Interview

Getting rejected for a role after you spent time crafting a cover letter and preparing for an interview is disappointing. It can affect your confidence and make you doubt your skills. You may even find it hard to apply for …

By Ivy Exec
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How to Nail “Tell Me About a Time…” Interview Questions

Job interviews can be daunting, especially when you’re faced with behavioral questions like, “Tell me about a time…” that are hard to predict and prepare for ahead of time. These questions–designed to gauge your past experiences and behaviors, and how …

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Do You Need a Career Coach? 8 Signs The Answer is Yes

by Amanda CardosoThe Muse

You’re feeling stagnant in your career, and decide it’s time to pursue new opportunities. You send out dozens of resumes daily but don’t hear anything back from recruiters. At this point, you might start …

By Lacey Brooks
Lacey Brooks Career Engagement Specialist
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Winning at Diversity Interviews: Essential Tips

Nowadays, diversity is more than a buzzword; it’s a business imperative.Companies increasingly recognize the value of diverse teams in driving innovation, creativity, and overall success. As such, many organizations are placing a strong emphasis on diversity-focused recruiting, seeking candidates who …

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How Can I Stay Motivated in My Job Search After 50?

We already know that it’s more difficult to say motivated in your career after 50, and there’s intriguing research that proves it. 

When you reach your mid-thirties, you’ll likely see a decline in your motivation to get promoted or take …

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What Are Your Career Goals? How to Answer This Interview Question

When an interviewer asks, “What are your career goals?” you might wonder why they’re asking. After all, you’re in the interview to get a job. Isn’t that your career goal? You might even think you don’t have career goals beyond …

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14 Ways to Identify and Communicate Your Unique Value Proposition to Employers

Those early in their careers, and even those who are many years into their careers, often don’t grasp just how arbitrary hiring decisions can be. Many candidates assume, incorrectly, that they’ll receive a job offer if they can convince the …

By College Recruiter
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5 Tips for Negotiating a Better Salary With No Work Experience

Many employers prefer candidates with work experience, but they may sometimes have entry-level positions. You may also land a job with zero work experience if you have an impressive educational background or when someone vouches for you.

While getting a …

By Ivy Exec
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How to Give a Great Elevator Pitch (With Examples)

Though people are complex and so much more than just their jobs, in a new social situation you’re often asked, “So, what do you do?” or “What are you majoring in?” While you probably have a stock answer ready to …

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