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Career Advice – 7 Ways To Ask For The Job At Interview’s End

Feb 4 2011 in Featured, Interviews, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

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Career Advice: Take a risk and ask for the job because you miss 100% of the shots you never take. But few people will tell you how to ask for it. This article demonstrates ways to ask for the job that work, and contrasts with a few that are likely to fail.

Job Interview Train Wreck – Talking About How You Lost A Past Job

Dec 22 2010 in Featured, Interviews, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

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There are times when talking about how you lost a past job is unavoidable. Learn what to avoid and how to talk about job loss without killing your interview and job chances.

Why Were You Terminated?

Oct 7 2010 in Interviews, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

A participant asked this question at the end of my Resume Revolution Webinars and it’s a tough one. Most candidates are uncomfortable answering this or sound defensive. Learn how to survive it … The question “Why were you terminated?” may tank more interviews than any other asked to unemployed candidates. This is an emotional question, […]

Should I Send Pre-Interview Letters & Resume To Each Interviewer?

Sep 23 2010 in Interviews, reCareered Blog, Resumes by Phil Rosenberg

A participant in my Resume Revolution Webinar asked if he should send a pre-interview letter to each person he was scheduled to speak with. On the surface, this may seem like a great idea. While I applaud this candidate on his effort, it may be misguided. I see a more effective way to demonstrate how […]

How To Ace The Interview Without Saying A Word

Sep 9 2010 in Interviews, Job Search/Career Change, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

It’s said that something like 90-95% of our communication is non verbal. In addition, two separate studies demonstrated that hiring managers make hiring decisions based on first impressions within the first 2-30 seconds. See how to use non-verbal communications to ace the interview … According to these studies, this occurs a shocking 98% of the […]

Bringing Your Resume To Informational Interviews

Aug 25 2010 in Featured, Interviews, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

You scored an informational interview with an influential manager at your target company. Should you bring a resume? Learn the pros and cons … A client was thrilled that she scheduled an informational interview with a high ranking manager at one of her target firms. She had invited this manager to coffee to discuss industry […]

How Do I Verify Spelling Of The Interviewer’s Name? Job search question of the week

Aug 19 2010 in Featured, Interviews, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

Occasionally I post a job search question from one of our readers. This was a question from a participant in one of my recent Resume Revolution! webinars (enroll at http://ResumeWebinar.com). Job seeker J.W. asked: “How do I verify the spelling of an interviewer’s name?” This issue is faced my nearly every candidate – How did […]

8 Ways To Make A Great Interview First Impression: Best of reCareered

Jul 9 2010 in Featured, Interviews, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

“You Never Get a Third Chance to Make a Second Impression.” I love this quote from Seth Godin (from Free Prize Inside, pg. 217), about how important first impressions are for job seekers. First impressions are especially critical in an interview. Why do so few people do anything to manage the first impression they give, […]

Job Search Question Of The Week: How Did I Do?

Jun 30 2010 in Featured, Interviews, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

Often candidates feel they performed better than they actually did during an interview. Read this article to learn how you can tell what the interviewer really thought …

See How Easily You Can Master Non-Verbal Interviewing: Best of reCareered

Jun 18 2010 in Interviews, Job Search Strategy, reCareered Blog by Phil Rosenberg

In “Interview in a Snap” (http://recareered.com/blog/2008/04/24/interview-in-a-snap/), I discussed research that found hiring decisions are made within the first 30 seconds of an interview … perhaps as short as just 2 seconds. The rest of the interview just served to justify the hiring manager’s initial impression. Is that shocking to you? It was shocking to me […]

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