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Job Search Tip of the Week #21 (2017)

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Infamous Voicemails and other Telephone Crimes



Your résumé gets your foot in the door (at least, if it’s written well). Now, how do you get all the way in?

Unfortunately, even in today’s digital world, job applicants often overlook how important phone presentation is in securing an in-person interview and moving on in the interview process. Job applicants who look perfect on paper can end up taking themselves out of the running by committing telephone faux pas.

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Job Search Tip of the Week #20 (2017)

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How to End Your Interview Before it Even Begins

Forgetting About Non-verbal Cues: Body Language



Your body language during an interview says just as much, if not more, than your physical appearance. However, unlike your clothes or your words, your body language is much more difficult to control.

Body language is often executed and interpreted at a subconscious level, meaning that we are often unaware of the movements we make – or, how other people’s body language affects our behavior towards them.

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Job Search Tip of the Week #19 (2017)

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Forgetting About Non-verbal Cues: Colors



Last week we discussed how your personal appearance says a lot about you and sets the tone for your first impression. One of our readers asked us whether the color of your clothing really makes a difference in an interview.

The short answer? Yes.

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Job Search Tip of the Week #18 (2017)

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Dress to Un-impress

“What to wear to the interview in the summer?” is a trick question, because despite the brighter colors, more casual garb, and shorter hemlines and sleeve lengths that the summer months tend to bring into the office, interview attire stays the same year-round!

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Job Search Tip of the Week #17 (2017)

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When Early Is a Bad Thing


How early is too early?

You know that a late arrival to an interview makes for a bad first impression and could disqualify you as a job candidate. But did you know that showing up to an interview too early may also have the same effect?

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Job Search Tip of the Week #16 (2017)

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How late is too late?



A late arrival – yes, even by “just five minutes” – is a breach of pre-interview etiquette that’s difficult to recover from.

Worst case scenario? You don’t get the chance to show off your perfect handshake, let alone interview – some companies will refuse to see job candidates who are late.

But if you’re lucky enough to be granted another interview opportunity, it’s important to know that you’re starting your interview off at a disadvantage. Your tardiness has already given the impression that you’re unreliable and inconsiderate.

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