Tag: career coach


Question on LinkedIn: How often do you put aside the resume when interviewing? Others’ Response: – Lately, I find myself putting down resumes when interviewing candidates. I am really trying to focus on behavioral style interviewing and assessing culture fit, and I find that the resume sometimes gets in the way and is just a distraction. I used to laugh when I read about recruiters who don’t interview with resumes in hand, but I think

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Customized Resume Headers? I received an email from a client of mine asking, “Matt, I have a quick question.  The title that is highlighted in green refers to the position you are applying for”. Correct?  Or does this describe your current position?"  (see pic above for his resume) My answer: I would switch it to adjust to the application”however, if you need to do some mass submissions, make sure you have the correct title in there

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First off HR DOES NOT SUCK! I wanted to take the stigma away from the above photo and show a more humanistic side to the department. Below is a way to enter into HR and it does just show you a glimpse on how passionate folks are about Human Resources. That’s we’re not monsters. We’re determined workers just like you. We just wanna make our job helping you. Question on LinkedIn: I am interested in

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031011 JobStickers Podcast #6: Unusual Job Hunting Techniques with Guest Career Expert Mary Sevinsky The 6th installment of the MJW Careers’ JobSticker’s podcast series will be focused on unusual job hunting techniques. In this market, job-seekers need to be creative in order to showcase their skills to potential employers and this podcast will discuss ways to make yourself stand out amongst the competition and to think outside the box with your job hunt. We will

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Sample Closing Questions During the end of an interview, when the hiring manager or recruiter ask if you have any questions for them, ALWAYS SAY “YES” and fire away! Never, never, never say you have zero questions. To order the full presentation or have Matthew Warzel speak at your event, please contact him directly @ (216)246-9900 or warzel@mjwcareers.com (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)