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Elyssa Duncan
Community Specialist
5 months ago

What stresses you out most about the job search process?

A. Figuring out what jobs I am qualified for
B. Writing a resume
C. Crafting a cover letter
D. The actual interview
E. Other (please explain)

Share your pain points in the comments below. The more detail you provide, the better we can help you overcome these barriers! We're here to help. 👍

#jobsearch #watercooler #jobcasetips #resume #interview #interviewprep #hiringprocess #advice #coverletter

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Diana Aqra

Definitely feeling lower about myself during the job search. I know I have great qualifications, but the lack of wins and the overwhelming nature of online job searching is hurting my confidence.

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Siawe Harrison

Just thinking, how it will be to work without getting your wages? Please, someone should enlighten me

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Cynthia Okonkwo
about 1 month ago

Nine Steps to Quality Answers to Interview Questions

A job seeker asked, ‘How can I measure how well I answered an interview question?’ Read more at... https://nnamtique.com/nine-steps-to-quality-answers-to-interview-questions/ #interview #interviewprep #interviewquestions #answer

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Alyssa McLellan
Jobcase Contributor
2 months ago

Common Interview Questions, Part 1!

Here's how to answer the common interview question, "tell me about yourself." #interview #interviewquestions #interviewprep

https://www.tiktok.com/@jobcase/video/7013016842029534470

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Alyssa McLellan
Jobcase Contributor
2 months ago

Common Interview Questions, Part 4!

Here's how to answer the common interview question, "what's your current salary?" #interview #interviewquestions #interviewprep

https://www.tiktok.com/@jobcase/video/7013725502947069190

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Alyssa McLellan
Jobcase Contributor
2 months ago

Common Interview Questions, Part 2!

Here's how to answer the common interview question, "What are your strengths?" #interview #interviewquestions #interviewprep

https://www.tiktok.com/@jobcase/video/7013041597839412486

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Alyssa McLellan
Jobcase Contributor
2 months ago

Common Interview Questions, Part 3!

Here's how to answer the common interview question, "What are your weaknesses?" #interview #interviewquestions #interviewprep

https://www.tiktok.com/@jobcase/video/7013321165854739718

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Derrek Tilbury
3 months ago

Method for figuring out a new compute program?

In an interview when the interviewer asks for a method I have used to navigate a new computer program, what kind of answer are they looking for? I cant figure out another way to say that I find information about the program online and I go through everything to see what it does. That does no sound professional to me but it is what I do. Is there even another method? The question took me off guard because I thought that is just how everyone figures out a new program, aside from people who do it themselves without looking anything up. #interview #advice #interviewprep #jobsearch #wordsofadvice

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Suzanne Wilson

Words come naturally to me since I am a journalism major, but in an interview I might have drawn a blank too. I hate job interviews!!!!

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Tony M

Always tell the interviewer that you’ll follow proper policy and procedure according to company standards and will ask for guidance on anything that’s unfamiliar as well as research as much as you can during your off time to become better efficient at your role to better use all tools provided to complete daily task

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Marshal Karlsson
over 6 months ago

Good news!

Hiring managers love it when you are well rounded. If you want to ace interviews, have stories for:

  • A time you solved a problem
  • A time you got AMAZING results
  • A time you worked well on a team

Those stories are the ones that get you hired!

Are you missing any of these stories?

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Andre Moss
over 6 months ago

Prep work for an interview

How much should I learn about a company and the specific job I’m applying for before I go into the interview? My interview is with Target. I know they are a national retail company with stores all over the US. I know cashiers basically scan merchandise and process payments for customers. Is there any other company or position information I should know before the interview?

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Paul Wilson
over 6 months ago

Job Seeker frequent inerviews

Hey Man, I suggest you go either solid color with a white starched shirt and if you wear a tie use a basic color and pattern, a lots of business going to business casual because of the restriction and no real use of the tie. The pressed business casual (Docker style pant and Polo type small emblem shirt tucked in.).

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