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How to Convince Employers to Hire You

One of the first things an employer is going to do is they are going to evaluate whether you are like minded, whether your values are the same, whether your principles are the same as theirs, whether they think you’re going to fit into their culture.

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5 Best Job Interview Tips for Ultimate Interview Success

I want to give you my 5 Best Last Minute Tips to help you with a framework and a methodology that’s going to pull you through the interview so that an employer can get a better picture of who you are and what you can deliver to their organization if they’re hire you.

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How to Answer “Tell Me About Yourself” Most Genuine and Authentic Answer

Today, I want to give you a better way to answer the question “Tell me about yourself”. I see so many people out there giving these cold, corporate, inhuman-type answers, because they talk about just their accomplishments and their work experience, and that’s it. So, when an employer asks them, “Tell me about yourself” they…

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Why College Graduates Need to Work Harder at Job Interviews

If you are a new graduate, you just graduated college, this video is for you. If you didn’t, get on out of here; unless you just find my videos to be entertaining, stick around, maybe you’ll learn something. Anyways, today, we’re focusing on new graduates. And the biggest problem new graduates have is they fail…

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How to Explain Being LAID-OFF or FIRED?

Getting laid-off or fired sucks. There are no two ways about it. Learn how to explain having been fired or laid off from your last job.

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8 Tips on How to Write Your Resume for the ATS (Applicant Tracking System)

Any time you send your resume into an employer, it gets scanned and it goes into this database and they call that the applicant tracking system.

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Why Job Seekers Keep Blending In With The Crowd

It’s a crippling mistake that I see job seekers making over and over and over again. And the problem is they’re blending in; they’re looking like everyone else.

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How to Prepare for a Second Job Interview

So, when you go to the second interview, now don’t worry. Don’t worry if you stumble on a question or two. This is natural; it’s okay. You don’t have to go in there and answer every question perfectly. It’s okay to stumble on your answers; it’s okay. It shows that it shows that you’re real; it humanizes you. It shows that this is a natural setting and everything is not perfect.

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How to Get Hired for Jobs Without a College Degree

  Hey everybody, Don Georgevich here. Have you ever applied to a job that requires a bachelor’s degree and you don’t have one? I know. Me too. I’ve done that before. I don’t have my bachelor’s degree. I do have an associate’s degree and I have some partial credit hours towards my bachelor’s degree. But…

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3 Reasons Why Your Resume is Weak

Hey everybody, Don Georgevich here. Today, I want to talk to you about your résumé. That’s right. Your résumé. And why it’s not attracting employers. Now, when you have an ideal resume of the ideal length and it’s written correctly, you can probably expect to get called maybe 20 to 30 percent of the time.…

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