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    The Trick To Answering ‘Trick’ Interview Questions

    It is hard enough to get interviews in today’s extremely challenging job market, so when you do get on the field of play, it is absolutely critical that you make it count! Notice I said, “field of play.” If you have been following my blogs and/or have read “Headhunter” Hiring Secrets: The Rules of the …

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    7.4 Million Jobs Available – Find Your Dream Job NOW!

    As this article is being written, there are over 7 million jobs available each and every month. Yes, you read that correctly . . .  over 7 MILLION jobs are “open” each and every month today! So, now may well be the best time in the last several years for you to go looking for …

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    How to Get ‘Call-Backs’ to Job Hunting VM Messages

    Yes, the economy is improving and you are among the 75 million or so people who want a new job . . . your career is stalled . . . you are frustrated . . . you are underpaid and you want a fresh start! So, you do what 90% of most job seekers do …

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    Veterans Still Facing Unique Challenges in 2012 Job Market

    Most people are certainly aware that the job market of the last several years has been brutal for millions of Americans. What most people probably are not aware of, however, is that it has been especially brutal for our military veterans, particularly our younger veterans. Unemployment among this group of young men and women is …

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    Unemployed? 7 ‘Resolutions’ You Need to Make for 2012

    Part II of II

    Editor’s Note: In Part I of this two-part series, international best-selling job hunting book author and professional “headhunter” Skip Freeman suggested the 7 New Year’s “resolutions” employed people should seriously consider making to land their “dream job” in the new year. In Part II, Skip offers 7 highly recommended New Year’s …

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    7 Vital Career ‘Resolutions’ You Should Make for 2012

    Part I of II Parts

    Editor’s Note: In this the first of a two-part series, international best-selling job hunting book author and professional “headhunter” Skip Freeman examines some key career moves employed job seekers should resolve to make in the upcoming year—if they want to land their dream job in 2012. In Part II, Skip …

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    ‘Mirroring’ Helps Brand You as a Good Cultural Fit!

    There is an old saying, a truism, in sales: People buy from people they like. This same concept also applies when it comes to landing a new job: People hire people they like. But, where the hiring process is concerned, there is an additional, unique twist to the saying: People hire people they like . …

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    Frustrated By ‘Post and Hope’ Job Hunting? Try This!

    Job hunting going into 2012 continues to be the most brutal and challenging it has been since the Great Depression of the 1930s, and it certainly doesn’t look as though it’s going to get any easier anytime soon, either. Believe me, as the title of my book (“Headhunter” Hiring Secrets: The Rules of the Hiring …

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    Still Job Hunting Online, Never Hearing Back? Try This!

    If you are the typical job hunter in today’s job market, I strongly suspect that you are among the legions of those who are doing the same things over and over and still expecting different results. (Isn’t that the true definition of “insanity”?!) What I’m referring to here concerns going to the job boards to …

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    How to Answer the Dreaded ‘Salary Question’

    It’s a question that you can expect to be asked sooner rather than later during a job interview. It’s a question that seems to be a “loaded” one in every sense of the word, and usually that’s in fact what it is. It’s a “trick” question too. It’s designed to quickly and efficiently eliminate as …

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