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"The only time you look in your neighbor's bowl is to make sure that they have enough." Want to be happier? Quit c… https://t.co/PMzkEkV72z
Many hiring managers have told me they'd never hire someone WITHOUT asking "what motivates you?" Here's what they'… https://t.co/rSgeYHtHRA
105 great questions you can ask employers in an #interview to impress them. I recommend you pick 4-5 and stick with… https://t.co/aTAwd8OsHV
RT @WalrathRecruit: With so many #college graduates starting to look for their first job within their #career, we thought it would be a goo…
Do NOT give up your #job search without trying these 5 things. They could save your #career if you're frustrated, s… https://t.co/ASClIvafjA
If you're struggling to find a good #job, it might be your location. Not every city or region is great for every i… https://t.co/Hlqonf71z1
✅If you are not sending "thank you" emails after your #interviews, it could be costing you #job offers. Here's wha… https://t.co/1sMQ4pnBRX
We've all failed at something. Here's how to handle it when employers ask about past failures in an #interview:… https://t.co/o5bVJMe9Qx
Reminder: most #resumes should *not* have an objective. It's wasted space in most cases. Put your name/contact det… https://t.co/xkLPEi1Pbr
How to answer behavioral #interview questions about past mistakes and failures, like "Tell me about a time you fail… https://t.co/YL9csdsBey
RT @CaffeinatedKyle: Remember: You are enough. #MotivationalMonday #MondayMotivation
Frustrated in your job search? Struggling to get a job? Here are 5 things to try if you want to stop struggling an… https://t.co/llR0eWJhmM
don't forget: look BACK at what you accomplished each week. It's really easy to forget how much you actually did… https://t.co/eD8DtBhqcZ
@WalrathRecruit Found your blog on Google and liked it a lot! Is there a way to get in touch about collaborating or… https://t.co/tE0zYrMApO
For job seekers 50 and older: You CAN get a job. I'm not saying it's easy, but you can do it. Here are the methods… https://t.co/6TUhfxDoNN

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Do NOT give up your job search without trying these 5 things. They could save your career if you're frustrated, struggling or thinking of giving up on finding a job:
Successful people make mistakes. There are even companies that won't hire someone who doesn't have good examples of mistakes they can share. Why? They want someone who isn't afraid to take risks and push themself. You might be wondering what type of company wants to see this. Usually tech companies and other high-paying industries. Basically, the companies with the best jobs to offer. If they do ask you about it in an interview, here's how to respond: https://buff.ly/2wGzjdb
If you're struggling to find a good job, it might be your location. Not every city or region is great for every industry. It might not be your fault at all. If you're willing to relocate and you think it might improve your career prospects, here's how to get hired by companies in a different city or state: https://buff.ly/2JiNqqu
You're applying for jobs, and you spot a requirement on the job description that you don't have. What should you do? Submit an application anyway. You never know what's a "hard" requirement and what isn't on a job description. Do not let one missing piece of experience stop you from applying. Ever. Doesn't matter if it's a certification, academic degree, experience with a certain type of software or anything else.
💡Here's how to answer behavioral interview questions about past mistakes and failures: (Questions like "tell me about a time you failed") https://buff.ly/2wGzjdb
Reminder: most resumes should *not* have an objective. It's wasted space in most cases. Put your name/contact details, and then write a great 1-paragraph career summary instead. Here's how: https://buff.ly/2v7k2la
Frustrated in your job search? Struggling to get a job? Here are 5 things to try when you feel like giving up: https://buff.ly/2rrJGwv
✅If you are not sending "thank you" emails after your interviews, it could be costing you job offers. Here's what to send: https://buff.ly/2IGgFHe
We've all failed at something. And employers *love* to ask you about it in the interview. Why? They want to see your attitude. Do you blame others? Or do you use it as a chance to learn and improve yourself. Here are the important do's and don'ts to follow when an interviewer says, "tell me about a time you failed"...
don't forget: look BACK at what you accomplished each week. It's really easy to forget how much you actually did if you don't stop and think (or keep track of goals). #motivation #goals #careers #career #careeradvice

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