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Informational Interviewing

Informational interviews are a networking tool, as well as the very best way to find out what working for a company or in an industry is really like.

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Interview Basics

Despite the etiquette, formality, and inevitable fear factor, job interviews can actually be enjoyable as well as extremely informative.

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Behavioral vs. Traditional Interviews -- Part 2

Now you know why employers use behavioral interviewing. But how can you tell if you're in that kind of interview?

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Know any good stories? About you? Interviews might be the place to use them

We all like to tell stories about ourselves. Imagine being able to share some of your best stories in a job interview. You might be able to do just that in a "behavior-based" interview.

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Impressing Your Interviewers During a Group Interview

You've scoured job posting sites, slaved over cover letters, even found the perfect interview suit. You're so close to landing a job that you can almost taste it. First you have to survive the next step of the job application process: the interview.

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Who Needs a Portfolio? You Do!

Artists, architects, and writers have used portfolios for years as a way to tangibly display their craft and experience. But are these creative professionals the only ones who could benefit from carting a portfolio into an important interview?

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Meeting the Nonprofit: Ten Interviewing Tips

The job interview can be a stressful experience if you're not prepared. Interviewing in the nonprofit sector is no exception - especially as every organization has its own unique mission, culture, and expectations.

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Interviews: Dating for Job Seekers?

He called, and you agreed to get together to see if you would hit it off. After some small talk, you started getting to know each other. You felt you were really making a connection. By the end of your time together you thought he felt the same way. After all, he did say those three little words you'd been longing to hear... "I'll call you."

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Ten Questions You Should Never be Asked in an Interview

While there are many points to cover in preparation for an interview, no point is more important than knowing which questions are considered illegal and are simply NOT allowed to be asked during your interview.

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Success in Job Interviews

Nearly everyone who has ever interviewed for a job can tell you a horror story that no amount of preparation or presentation could have avoided.

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Overcoming Presentation Anxiety

When you need to give a speech or presentation, are you so nervous that you mumble and blow it? Fear not, with enough practice, the right words will come out.

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Building a Strong Job Search Chain

If your job search is falling short, one of your job-search skills may be the weak link. What's your weakest link?

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Interview Reflections

Would you be comfortable working for a company that would lock you in a conference room for half an hour to gauge your reaction? To my thinking, these spaces have just the right acoustic to vocalize and practice a few ballads in front of the one-way mirror.

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Weirdest Interview Survey Results

What's the weirdest question you've ever been asked in an interview? Read some of the stories submitted to Experience.

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A Job Interview Is Like A Blind Date

How is a job interview like a blind date? Find out.

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Questions that Make You Think Out Loud

A guide to the questions interviewers use to get inside your head, and to see how well you can solve problems.

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Eager to Please

Arrive at your interview in character, having studied your lines (even if they're just the company's revenue lines) and having set the alarm for AM, rather than PM.

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Stick With What You Know

Being yourself during a highly stressful situation -like a job interview- can be a challenge. Here's some information to help you remain true to yourself while making a great impression.

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How should I answer the questions interviewers typically ask?

If the interviewer does a good job telling you about the opening, you may find yourself with few remaining questions. So what should you ask about, and what should you say?

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What's the Weirdest Interview Question You've Ever Been Asked?

We asked you to tell us your stories. Read the top responses from young professionals across the industries.

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Inappropriate Questions

Have you ever felt uncomfortable about a question someone asked in a job interview?

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Rejection Recovery: Here's The Secret

If you've gotten to this stage of the game without ever facing rejection - from a college, internship program, fraternity, or even a long sought-after date - let's just say you're one of the lucky ones. Here are a few tried-and-true strategies for picking yourself up and nursing that ego back to health after the dreaded rejection letter.

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Follow-Up Letters Win Jobs

A surefire way to separate yourself from a sea of other qualified candidates is to write a follow-up letter after an interview.

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Is It Better to Be Yourself or Fake It in an Interview?

If you've made it to the interview stage of a job application, it means that your potential employer has already earmarked your cover letter and resume as special from their overall pool of candidates. The next step is creating a positive first impression when you meet face-to-face. This is a crucial step that can be won or lost in the first few minutes. But what's the best way to sell yourself, especially if the "real you" is a little bit laid-back for corporate America?

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The Weakness Question

"What is your biggest weakness?" How do you answer a question like that? The good news is, it's a job interview, not a confessional.

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Eight Tricky Interview Questions

Does the thought of going on a job interview cause your palms to sweat and your body to break out in hives? Stop itching; you're not alone.

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Have Your Answer Ready

Your best weapon to mastering the job interview is preparation. Here are the top ten job interview questions most commonly asked by employers.

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Ace the Second Interview...and the Third

At many organizations the next step after a successful interview is more interviews. You should always be prepared to go back to the company for an encore.

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Making the Most of Informational Interviews

If you're a professional in finance or accounting and are on the hunt for employment, you may have a difficult time obtaining job interviews in this unsettled economy. If you haven't done so before, you may want to consider conducting informational interviews.

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Beware of the Top 5 Interview Mistakes

If you worry you'll be a disaster in an interview, we have tips to help you survive.

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Interview Brainteasers

You've heard of those brain teaser questions that may well come between you and a job someday.

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Four Important Questions to Ask Your Interviewer; Do You Really Want to Work for This Person?

Here's how to find out if the boss will be as great as the job -- ask these questions during the interview:

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Secret to great references: Ask early and carefully

References can have a significant impact on the final hiring decision. Be ready at a moment's notice to provide potential employers with at least three solid ones.

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You Received A Rejection Letter -- Now What?

This is a common scenario: You see an announcement posted in the college placement office -- the employer you most want to work for is conducting interviews for the job of your dreams, a job for which you are convinced you are well suited.

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How to Conquer the First Impression

When you walk into an interview, remember this: It only takes 30 seconds to make a lasting impression.

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Interview Follow-Up

You've cleared the interview. Now it's time to say thanks. Here's how.

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Interview Etiquette

Follow these guidelines for dress and body language to ace your interviews.

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Interview Tips for Interns

Many students apply for a limited number of internship positions. Companies are hard pressed to make a final cut. Here are some interview tips to make sure you're one to make the team.

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What Not to Wear to an Interview

What is the worst outfit ever worn to a job interview? For a career services director at the University of Chicago, it was the applicant who sported a Madras tie as a belt and a patterned cotton hat.

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