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Preparing for a Job Interview

If you’re in the job market, do you know what employers really want? An interview is often the deciding factor for employers. In fact, once a person lands a job interview they need to know what employers are really seeking. Liz Ryan, at Forbes, says that these include qualities in new hires not listed in […]

4 Steps to Nail Your Next Job Interview

Originally posted on the Christian Post on September 16. Dear Chuck,  With great jobs so scarce, I get nervous going into an interview. I’m not sure how to prepare or what to say to stand out from the crowd. What do you recommend?  Desperately Seeking Employment Dear Desperately, Take a deep breath. You can do this! […]

10 Things You Should Never Say in an Interview

A recent article at ToughNickel.com listed 10 things you should never say in a job interview. Here goes. How much does this job pay? Typically, money is not discussed during the first interview. If, at the end of the session the interviewer should ask what salary you expect, give a realistic range of salaries you can […]

Job Loss

It is never pleasant to be laid off, but the experience can be a good opportunity to make important progress. Here are some tips to help you come out on the other end in a better position than before the job loss: 1. Don’t withdraw and lose hope in God’s leadership and guidance. Admit, accept, […]

Let’s Get to Work–Eight Proven Tips to Find Your Dream Job This Year

By Robert Dickie One third of Americans report that they will be job hunting this year. This goes much further than the more than 23 million Americans who are unemployed or underemployed, including discouraged job seekers who have given up the hunt, 12.5 million actively looking for work, and 8 million people with part-time jobs […]

Writing a résumé

A résumé provides a well-thought-out, concise picture of you—the job seeker. It needs to communicate quickly, clearly, and accurately your objective, qualifications, experience, credentials, and accomplishments. Your résumé is generally the first impression of you that a potential employer gets, so it is important for it to be concise, yet impressive. Help Since most people—especially […]

Looking for a New Job

Looking for a new job? Working as unto the Lord includes preparing for an interview. Viewing work as an opportunity to glorify Him should motivate us to prepare well for an interview in the hopes of being remembered at hiring time. Consider these tips for making a great impression at your first interview: Eye contact, […]

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