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Here are the top ten articles for the Job Search Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. How to Find a Job
Finding a job isn't easy. From a professional email - to where to look, here are some helpful tips on how to find a job.
2. How to Answer Interview Questions
You’re probably thinking you aced that interview. Two months later and you still haven’t received an offer. Why not? Re-play the interview in your mind. Did you actually answer the questions? Perhaps not as well as you think, Do you want the job? Be sure to answer the questions!
3. How to Use the Internet to Job Search
Using the Internet is absolutely essential when looking for a job, but it definitely has pros and cons. Here is how to make sure the Internet is your best friend when it comes to looking for a job.
4. How Many Times to Reapply for a Job
Why won’t they hire you? How many times have you reapplied for the same job….once…twice? Before you apply again, take a moment to step back and look at it from the recruiter’s point of view. It may be time for some changes.
5. What to Include in an Email Cover Letter
With so many companies converting to electronic recruitment, it adds a whole new spin to the traditional cover letter. Ditch the emoticons! Learn how to prepare an email cover letter that will get you noticed – the right way!
6. Behavioral Based Interviewing – Prepare and Ace
Behavioral-based interviewing allows the interviewer to determine if you are the best fit for the job based on how you handled similar situations in the past. Find out how to ace the behavioral-based interview.
7. Prepare a Cover Letter for an Out of State Job
Are you searching for an out-of-state job? With so much local talent, your resume has to outshine all of the local applicants. The best place to start is with your cover letter. Here is the information you need to share in your cover letter for an out-of-state job.
8. How to Respond to the Difficult Customer Question
Tell us about a difficult customer service experience and how you handled it. This question stumps many candidates. It’s not a difficult question; learn how to tell your story.
9. How to List Accomplishments in Your Resume
There are thousands of qualified applicants for every job. The information you include has to set your resume apart from the others. Listing your career accomplishments will help it to stand out. Do you know what should be included as an actual accomplishment?
10. Facebook and Your Job Search
Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn - no matter how “old school” you are, your job search will need to include social media. Learn how to use Facebook as a job search tool.
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