Tag Archives: Interviews

5 Ways Your Online Lifestyle Can Ruin a Career Opportunity

5 Ways Your Online Lifestyle Can Ruin a Career Opportunity

Posted on14. Jun, 2016 by .

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Many people want to keep their “work lives” and their “personal lives” separate. However, with social media it has become more and more difficult to keep the two worlds from colliding. Today’s employers will look through social profiles in order to help them decide who would be a good candidate for a job position. The […]

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8 Tips for Acing the Interview

8 Tips for Acing the Interview

Posted on31. May, 2016 by .

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While a job interview can be scary, it doesn’t have to be hard to make a good impression. In fact, if you follow these 8 simple tips you will be able to make it through the interview without freaking out, impressing the employer, and be able to move forward with your job search process. Eye Contact: This is one […]

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Dressing For Success: Yes it Still Matters

Dressing For Success: Yes it Still Matters

Posted on17. May, 2016 by .

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It’s funny that this still has to be pointed out to people, but it does. When you are interviewing for a job, you need to dress in a certain manner. Torn jeans, a dirty t-shirt, and uncombed hair will simply not cut it in the medical world. Neither do gauges, visible tattoos, or piercings. I’m not saying […]

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Group Interviews – Are You Ready?

Group Interviews – Are You Ready?

Posted on26. Jun, 2014 by .

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Does the sound of ‘group interview’ make you cringe? Does it immediately bring to mind Will Smith in ‘Men in Black‘ and the weird egg shaped chair? Did you think, ‘Uh-uh. No way!’? I did too, until I did a little research on it. Group interviews are held when multiple applicants are seeking a limited […]

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What Not to Do: Radio Silence

What Not to Do: Radio Silence

Posted on15. Apr, 2014 by .

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Over the nearly three years that I have been blogging with HealthcareITToday.com I’ve written many a post on what not to do in your job search. For example, how not to become rejected, how to handle it if you are rejected, red flags to be mindful of, paying attention to proper English, and to never […]

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What Do Employers Do Before the Interview?

What Do Employers Do Before the Interview?

Posted on17. Mar, 2014 by .

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Dear Cassie, For the first time in 15 years, I’m getting ready to start a new job search, and I’ve heard horror stories about what a jungle it is out there!  Things have changed quite a bit since my last time out, and I want to be as prepared as I possibly can be.  Could […]

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8 Tips for Acing the Job Interview

8 Tips for Acing the Job Interview

Posted on29. Oct, 2013 by .

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While the job interview can be scary, it doesn’t have to be hard to make a good impression. In fact, if you follow these 8 simple tips you will be able to make it through the interview without freaking out, impress the employer, and be able to move forward with your job search process: 1.Eye […]

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Getting a Good Reference-Regardless of the Circumstances

Getting a Good Reference-Regardless of the Circumstances

Posted on20. Sep, 2013 by .

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Employee references can be the linchpin of a successful job search. If you nailed the resume, cover letter, phone interview and in-person interview, then it comes down to your references. There’s no worse feeling than worrying that your references are sub-par, average or even detrimental. When a person’s made it so far in the job […]

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Own The Voice On Your Resume

Own The Voice On Your Resume

Posted on10. Sep, 2013 by .

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In order to make your resume stand out, you want to add some of your own voice to it. It makes it more interesting to potential employers. That’s not as difficult as it sounds. You essentially want to provide potential interviewers with a glimpse into your being through your work history, education, awards and accomplishments, […]

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Wait, Who is Calling?

Wait, Who is Calling?

Posted on25. Jul, 2013 by .

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One of the best parts of being a recruiter or a resource manager at a consulting firm is extending job or contract offers. Think about the last time you received that call; it was so exciting! We want you to work for us and we’re going to pay you to do it – hooray! I […]

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How to Categorize Your Interview Responses

How to Categorize Your Interview Responses

Posted on10. Dec, 2012 by .

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You can probably find more books, articles and blogs on the subject of job interviews than any other topic out there today. There are the basics of the process that should be well known – like what to wear, when to show up, and how to follow up – that I won’t be covering in […]

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