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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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10 YouTube Subscriber Interview Questions Answered

Hey everybody, Don Georgevich here. And today, I’m answering your questions. I’ve got my e-mail open and I’m going to answer your questions. This is my brand new 10 by 10 Series, where I answer 10 of your questions in 10 minutes. Alright, first question here is from Patty and she writes and she says;…

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What Are Your Weaknesses? Here’s How to Answer…

So, do you know why employers even ask this question? It’s because they find it in a list of questions that they should ask candidates. That’s it! Because it has no real bearing on the job. And I mean, in my opinion, it doesn’t mean anything. It doesn’t help an employer qualify you for a job or not. So, I don’t want to spend a lot of time talking about it, because it’s not important.

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How to Write a Great Thank You Letter After a Job Interview

The whole point of a ‘Thank you’ letter is to remind your interviewer that you’re still interested in the job and to keep an image of you fresh in their minds. That’s it; that’s what it does.

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How to Use One Job Offer to Get Another

You’re interviewing for jobs and then all of a sudden, you get an offer from a company, but it’s not the one you want. You want the offer from the other company who hasn’t made a decision yet.

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