Final Interview

I have reached the final interview stage for a job i have applied for. So far there has been a resume submission and suplemental questionaire, one-way video interview, in person panel interview, and now a final interview. I am not complaining about the process but feel like i have answered everything i could possibly answer and at a loss for how to prepare for this final stage in the process. Any advice would be appreciated.

Hello Sir.
How are you.
I need a job..
Can you help me please

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Current resume trends

I have been doing career coaching for many years. Just finished creating a 4 part series for people at my company that are being impacted by an acquisition and will be in the job market soon. There are a lot of resume trends people are not aware of:
1. DO Not put more than 10-15 years of work experience if you have it.
2. DO NOT put the year you graduated from any school...college or high school.
3. Do not put your birth year in your email…

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If you are older dates of college and high school will automatically disqualify you as ageism which is illegal but you will never…

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Interviews

How do I gracefully put a stop to being asked inappropriate questions during an interview? Not sexual questions, but personal questions they aren't allowed to ask. I feel like I have to answer or definitely not get the job.

Let them know respectfully you feel uncomfortable answering such questions hopefully they will respect that.

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Interview Prep

Any advice for interviewing with a start-up?

Hi Alexandra Bowman , congrats on landing this interview! What industry is this start up opportunity in?

be imaginative, be

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7 Interview Tips That Will Help You Get Hired

  1. Practice and Prepare Review the typical job interview questions employers ask and practice your answers. Strong answers are those that are specific but concise, drawing on concrete examples that highlight your skills and back up your resume. Your answers should also emphasize the skills that are most important to the employer and relevant to the position. Be sure to review the job listing, make a list of the requirements, and match them to your…

Great advice! Preparation for the interview and following up are essential components of success.

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Interview question

When you go to an interview and the ask So tell me about yourself. What do you say? I am horrible at selling myself, HELP!

Hi Corinna Pierce ! One of the most common and difficult questions asked during an interview is...

Can you tell me about

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My main weakness is being sexually harassed by coworkers, are by and employee from any job

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Botched a technical question; am I boned?

Had a final round of interviews today. Prior to today I'd been CRUSHING it in the first two rounds really vibing with the people of the company and answering technical questions and even asking a lot of them back. But today during one of four interviews i did for the final round I struggled through a technical question. The interviewer was the woman I'd be working directly under and the question was about preliminary steps in analyzing data. I…

Hi Cordell Erskine - at the end of the day, the worst this can be is a learning experience. No one here is going to know if you…

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Past work experience, job descriptions, associates & supervisors?

One thing I recommend is to put all job and work related facts down in a Windows 'Notepad', 'Wordpad' or Microsoft Word file ('.doc', or '.docx') and save this file on your computer, a portable Flash drive (Thumb drive) and upload it to a Google Docs account or similar [private] online storage location.

** Make sure to include past physical addresses (where you lived) and the 'Move-in', 'Move-out' dates.
** List your past employers and remember…

Good advice Dennis Costea Jr. ; it pays to be prepared!

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Have trouble answering specifically topic oriented IT technical questions during interviews

I have been recently laid off from an IT Managed Service provider after working for them for close to 6 years. My position with them consisted of being a: ield/Onsite/Remote Advanced Technology Support Specialist. Basically while in the field I replaced hardware computer and server and POS parts (at retail locations). While performing tech support onsite at various companies and organizations, I dealt with computer upgrades, performed data…

Ziprecruitor ... For the time being... I'm telling u..I got a call the next day... There's options...be a waiter till u find ur…

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josh Flores thats exactly what I'm doing. I'm taking on various short term contract positions and part time work to supplement my…

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Did you do your Homework?

Everyone one of us wants/needs to stand out when we get a coveted in-person interview.

Homework: Use Google to do some basic research. What exactly does the company do, what is there product? Where are they Headquartered at? How many employees? How many different locations do they have? And often you can find out has any of their jobs already been outsourced out of the country, or even to other companies. What are their short and long…

Great advice!! Are you available to be my life coach ? Lol you probably would be awesome !!! Thanks for some truly priceless info…

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