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Question Proposed on LinkedIn: What Are the Best Job Interview Answers PART 1 of 2? Others’ Responses: – “What is your greatest strength?“ is one of the easier interview questions you’ll be asked. When you are asked questions about your strengths, it’s important to discuss attributes that will qualify you for the job. The best way to respond is to describe the skills and experience that directly correlate with the job you are applying for.
Question Proposed on LinkedIn: What Are the Best and Worst Words for Resume Success? Others’ Responses: – Worst words: According to the Wall Street Journal quoting a 2013 survey conducted by Harris Poll, the top words and phrases you should never use on your résumé include go-getter, think outside of the box, go-to person, thought leadership and results-driven. Hiring managers consider these words and phrases to be subjective and cliché. – Best words: Instead, you
Question Proposed on LinkedIn: Is a Second Interview That Went Really Short a Bad Thing? Others’ Responses: – I had my first interview with a company for which I’d really like to work. It went rather well. By the end of it, they were already talking about setting up the second interview. I have a contact who works in management in the company, and he also told me the word was that it went pretty
Question Proposed on LinkedIn: Does the Resume Get Me the Job? Others’ Responses: – A comment I hear frequently from clients is: “I need a resume that will get me a job”. I typically explain that I can’t be of assistance with that. I’m not turning away clients, I’m simply stating a fact. – In my corporate career, I reviewed hundreds and hundred of resumes. I never made a hiring decision based on that piece