Posts Tagged: Interview Tips

Priority Matrix

If you feel like you’re drowning in a full inbox and multiple voicemails you can definitely benefit from this priority matrix tool.  Time management is a tool you can improve with these 4 steps.   IMPROVE YOUR TIME MANAGEMENT WITH THESE 4 STEPS: Urgent and Important Not Urgent but Important Urgent but Not Important Not… Read more »

Are you a Fresh Grad Looking for a Job?

The following is by no means a comprehensive list, but it’s a start.  Be proactive, be positive, and be resilient. Use all of your resources! Network – visit your school’s career office, attend to career events and job fairs, and reach out to previous classmates, teachers, family friends, and neighbors.  Ask for introductions or if… Tags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

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Technology has made it so we can communicate with anyone from anywhere with the click of a button. This convenience can sometimes lead people to make simple mistakes. How you communicate with others in the work place can greatly affect how people perceive you in the office. Take these pointers below to insure you are… Tags: , , ,

Categories: Interview Tips

What Does “You’re Interviewing Them as Much as They’re Interviewing You” Actually Mean?

We’ve all heard the saying before “You’re interviewing them as much as they’re interviewing you” but what does that actually mean? It actually means a lot more than just come prepared with questions to ask the interviewer.  Make sure that you are considering the following:  Red Flags- Many people never think about this but is… Tags: , ,

Categories: Interview Tips


There are many different possible interview questions. It always helps to be prepared, which is why we’ve started another list of common questions you will most likely be asked during an interview. What do you know about our company? Review website, company mission statement & product pipeline. Why would you consider leaving your current opportunity?… Tags: , , , , , ,

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Preparing For An Interview? Follow These 5 Simple Steps To Be 100% Prepared!

Read The Job Description: Be prepared to confirm you are qualified for the position. Familiarize yourself with the job description prior to the interview so you know exactly what experience they are seeking. Pay close attention to the tasks or responsibilities section of the job description. You should prepare notes detailing exactly how much experience… Tags: , , , ,

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