Never Lie In an Job Interview

As we all know, job interviews are intensely stressful occasions. If you REALLY want the job, the stakes are also incredibly high and you might feel a slight mistake could cost you the chance at landing the job. Given the pressure, some people are tempted to fudge their accomplishments and background a bit. They figure if adding a few years of experience that they'll triumph over other candidates, and what the interviewer doesn't know won't hurt…


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Crafting Your Elevator Pitch

An effective elevator pitch contains clear language that your listener understands and is personalized for the intended audience.

I have composed an outline below designed to help you craft your pitch and have included mine as an example. Once you customize your pitch, practice it until it rolls off your tongue smooth as ice...

Elevator Pitch Structure: 15-20 second verbal business card.

  1. Summary label (professional definition).
  2. Where you've…

Hire me as a cashier.

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How Robotic Automation is Changing the Job Market, Should US Workers Be Concern?

If you have a few hours to spare, try searching the internet for “robots and employment.” You’ll be inundated by a plethora of articles and conflicting opinions on whether robotic automation spells certain doom or a great opportunity for American workers. Taking Chicken Little’s view that “the sky is falling,” here’s an article posted back in 2017 CNN headline: “Millions of workers around the world are at risk of losing their jobs to robots — but…


Correct! And, those jobs will never return. Those robots will repair themselves and even create the parts to replace the worn…

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Can You Spot The Deceit?

This company sends me an email every week with an opportunity to interview for an account manager position.

They claim to have reviewed my resume on Monster and believe I have the skills necessary to perform the work.

What they don't seem to know is that I had interviewed with this same company last year for a training manager position that turned out to be a life insurance sales position that is strictly commission.

Look at the job…

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I knew something was fishy about this email. Thanks for saving me the trip!

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Ways To Spot A Good Manager In Your Interview

One of the most important factors to consider when looking for a new job is Who is my manager. It may seem simple enough, but managers typically have a direct impact on the morale and success of their teams. More often than not, the relationship you have with your manager is a critical factor in your level of job satisfaction. If positive, clear and intelligent management is lacking, it’s easy to…


Thank you! This was very informative. I should have used these methods when applying for my current position.

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Interview question/answer

When you are asked, as an opening question, at an interview to “Tell us a little about yourself”. How do you answer that? What are they looking for?

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Iwill do my best

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I told the employer they should hire me because...

That I am a hard-working person and reliable. I'm honest and love helping others. Also I am always willing to learn new tasks.

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Those are some great attributes! In fact, you should add them to your Jobcase profile here so everyone can see what a great…

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Article on right resume writing. Very useful!!

6 Resume Mistakes To Avoid At All Costs

October 22, 2018 Posted by Emily Moore
“You only get one shot — do not miss your chance to blow.” Eminem may have been referring to rap battles when he dropped this lyric back in 2002, but he just as easily could have been talking about resumes and the job search. Resumes, after all, are your first chance to show a company what a perfect fit you are for a position — but if done incorrectly, they could…

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Every job seeker has to save these tips!

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I told the employer I simply told the employer that I would be an asset to your team I'm a hard worker fast learner love people and I can get by in any situation I love to learn and I can get the job done no problem about a week later I was hired

Basically I sold myself I told him I was a hard worker very strong team player very good with people customer service and I can get the job done even if I don't know how to do it I will ask and be taught and performed my duties to the best of my ability and I'm very good at taking directions constructive criticism anything that would help better the business and make my job more efficient and yours easier I was hired right on the spot after about…

It seems like you know how to effectively market yourself and you can follow up on the claims about your own work ethic through…

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

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Beat the competition

Many people think it's about them. It's not. That is one important way to improve your interview results. Employers/Interviewers are looking for someone who show in their thinking, through the way their speak and via their actions how they can solve their problems. When you achieve this - the chances of getting the job goes up.

Start with key things to understand about the opportunity. - What they need/seek:

MISSION Why the role exits - the…


Mwen dakò avèk ou Stephanie

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