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Job interviews can be intimidating but preparing for the different types of interview questions you may be asked can have a significant payoff. Your resume, career experience and cover letter can only take you so far — now it’s time to bring it home and prove why you’re the best person for the role. READ MORE AT ENTREPRENEUR    
Creating a new resume and cover letter for each application that is tailored to the job description can help you stand out as a candidate. To save time, it can help to create a template resume and cover letter with all of your experience, skills and accomplishments. These core documents will serve as your starting points as you tailor your experience and examples for each application. This can help you focus more on adapting your documents...
With the pandemic changing the entire hiring process, Zoom interviews are slowly becoming the norm (at least for now). While it can be difficult to adjust to this new style of interviewing, all the same rules apply, like arriving on time, asking questions, and wearing pants (seriously, wear them). READ MORE AT POPSUGAR
Unfortunately, rejection can be an inevitable part of the job search. Despite knowing this, it never feels good being turned down for a position, no matter how gently the recruiter lets you down. But worse still is if you are never offered a full explanation as to why you didn’t get the job. Luckily, there are several common reasons you might not have been made an offer and being aware of these mistakes can help you to avoid them in...
Building your professional network can offer many benefits. Not only is networking an important part of your job search, but the people in your network can provide different levels of support while you’re searching. Maybe that’s sharing job postings, proofreading your application materials or practicing for interviews. Here are three tips to help you grow your network this year. READ MORE AT UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO BOULDER
Despite significant changes in technology and media in our daily lives over the last 20 to 30 years, the humble one- or two-page résumé has remained a remarkably consistent tool in the job application process. While requests for video job applications are now in the minority, it’s not hard to imagine that a generational shift toward them will increasingly occur. READ MORE AT INSIDE HIGHER ED  
As the world begins to re-open and COVID-19 vaccines are readily available, the job market is showing signs of recovering from last year’s economic shutdown. To make sure you appear as a top candidate on the jobs you’re interested in, here are a few tips to improve the look of your resume. READ MORE AT AARP
It's not uncommon for many to reach a point in life where they start wanting a change in their career. Whatever your reasoning, the idea of changing careers and starting from scratch in a new sector or industry can be exciting as it is daunting. To start with, you'll have to step out of your comfort zone and pick up new skills and knowledge. READ MORE AT BUSINESS INSIDER
Most of us don’t love updating our resume. And although we know we should update it regularly, we often ignore that advice while we’re happily, or even unhappily employed. When it comes time to make that resume refresh, it can be difficult to find the balance between being honest and turning your resume into a jargon-filled, lame sounding regurgitation of your career highlights reel. READ MORE AT CLEARANCE JOBS