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Caitlin Kenyon
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16 days ago

Tips to answer “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?”

Interviewer: “Where do you see yourself in 5 years?”

You: ummm…working here??

Check out these tips for answering this common interview question in a way that shows loyalty and commitment to growth in your profession 🙌

#interview #careeradvice #interviewquestions #jobsearch

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Caitlin Kenyon
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21 days ago

Everyone’s LEAST Favorite Interview Question

Hiring Manager: ”What are your greatest weaknesses?”

You: 😳

This #interview question is really tough, and you can pretty much guarantee it will show up in one form or another. 😒

It’s hard to talk about your own weaknesses, so don’t wait to think about them and answer on the spot…you will likely stumble through without much grace. Thinking about your weaknesses before your interview will help you answer this question with calm and confidence and in a meaningful way that will leave a great impression on the hiring manager 🙌

Check out these tips on the best way to answer this common interview question!

Follow me on TikTok and Instagram (@yourstoryunwritten) and Jobcase for more #careeradvice 💫

#jobinterview #interviewtips #interviewquestions #careercoach

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Karishma Tamrakar
16 days ago

Job Hunting

I am looking for a job. I have a degree in business administration but haven't really got lucky to work on it. any idea suggestions on how to get a job? what kind of jobs I can apply

#jobsearch #advice #workfromhome #careeradvice

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Caitlin Kenyon
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22 days ago

How to talk about CONFLICT in a Job Interview

Just when you’re starting to settle into the #interview, the hiring team asks you, “Tell us about a time you had conflict in the workplace.” 😳

This one is TOUGH! Here are some tips to consider when answering this question: 👉 Everyone has conflict at work - it doesn’t mean a “fight” necessarily - it can be as simple as a disagreement on how to approach a problem. 👉 Own up to your role in the conflict. No one likes a finger-pointer! 👉 Set the stage clearly as to the background for the issue, what was the disagreement, and ultimately if/how it was resolved. 👉 Be sure to end your answer with lessons learned and what you’d do differently next time!

Follow me on TikTok and Instagram (@yourstoryunwritten) and Jobcase for more #careeradvice 💫

#interviewtips #interviewquestions #jobsearch #careercoach

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M M
about 1 month ago

The struggle is real.

Hello all, i am new to Jobcase so bare with me. I am currently looking for a job, ANY job. I would like to make 18.00 and above. I have SOME college experience. I am currently out of work due to a medical issue but i am struggling. I’m not afraid to say because i know GOD WILL. If you know anyone that’s hiring please let me know. Thanks in advance #jobsearch #interview #workfromhome #application #advice #careeradvice

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Caitlin Kenyon
Contributor
24 days ago

How to answer “Why do you want this job?”

Believe it or not, your motivation for applying for a job can make a big difference on your success in a recruitment process.

Companies want to hire people who truly want to work for them!

And this means having reasons beyond your own basic needs, like pay, commute time, or schedule. Don’t get me wrong, those things are very important, but they typically are important to everyone so they do not set you apart from every other candidate.

Here are 4 tips to answer this interview question really well and stand out from the crowd 🙌

Follow me on TikTok and Instagram (@yourstoryunwritten) and on Jobcase for more #careeradvice ! #interview #interviewquestions #jobinterview #jobsearch

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Caitlin Kenyon
Contributor
23 days ago

“Why do you want this job?” Sample Answer

Ever struggled putting together your response to the popular interview question, “Why do you want this job?”

Check out this sample answer for ideas on how to craft a genuine, impactful, and impressive answer to this question for your next job #interview! 🙌

Follow me on TikTok and Instagram (@yourstoryunwritten) and on Jobcase for more #careeradvice ! #jobsearch #interviewquestions #interviewtips

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Colin Rocker Rice
Contributor
27 days ago

If If Can Wait Until 8 PM, It Can Wait Until 8 AM

We've all been there.

We made a promise to a client or boss that a deliverable would go out at a certain time, but life happened and now it's past end of day and you're still not done.

What do you do?

If you would've asked me a few years ago, I would've said to put your nose to the grindstone and pull out all the stops you need to in order to get it over the line. And for some pieces of work this may be necessary.

However, one of the most valuable lessons I've learned is that if it can wait until 8 PM, it can wait until 8 AM. What this means is you're better off taking that time to recharge and attack the task the next morning, then burn yourself out delivering something that likely won't be looked at until lunchtime anyways.

For more quick career tips like this, be sure to follow me on Tiktok as well

#workfromhome #worklifebalance #motivation #patience #careeradvice

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Caitlin Kenyon
Contributor
26 days ago

5 Great Questions to Ask at the End of a Job Interview

You know when you get to the end of your #interview and the hiring manager asks you, “Do you have any questions for us?” Do you return that with a blank stare 😳 or a “Thanks so much, I don’t have any questions.”?

Asking questions at the end of a job interview DOES make an impression on the hiring team. It can reflect on your interest and enthusiasm for the position, your thoughtfulness and preparedness, and your willingness to take on new challenges (to name a few!).

So, I recommend always preparing some potential questions you can ask at the end of every job interview 🙌

Before you check out 5 questions I love for the end of an interview, here are some tips: 👉 I don’t necessarily recommend asking ALL 5 of these. Pick 2-3 that resonate with you. 👉 Never ask questions just for the sake of it. Prepare questions that you legitimately want to know the answer to! 👉 Ask questions in your own style and language - you don’t need to memorize these word for word, especially if they wouldn’t feel natural to you. 👉 These questions are particularly suited for professional jobs but could be tailored to many other opportunities, even entry level 👍 👉 Lastly (take heart!), you CAN write your questions down and bring them into the interview room with you. You don’t need to memorize everything you wanted to ask 😁

Good luck 🍀 Check out my video below and follow me on TikTok and Jobcase for more career advice 💫 #jobsearch #careeradvice #interviewtips #interviewquestions

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Edgar O'Bannon

Once a year. I’ve gotten 1in 7 years.

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Marguerite Bridges

Eleana: It has also happened to me. At the end of every year raises should be given. But they changed that process in secret! We all need it as the cost of living increases. Company executives give themselves raises and bonuses every year!

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