Tag Archives: Interview Advice

Overcoming the Frustration of Job Search Rejection

We don’t intentionally set out on a mission, whatever it might be, with the intent of being rejected.  Rejection doesn’t feel good. But for the unemployed, the sting of rejection is all too familiar.  And when that sting is added to … Continue reading

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A Hiring Story with Update on Lynda C. Watts

To my regular readers, THANK YOU for your patience while I’ve made the transition back into the world of formal employment.  That transition included a move from St. Louis, Mo. to Kansas City (Overland Park), KS — and all that comes with … Continue reading

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Job Interviewing Tips & Strategies — Part III

At last … The 3rd and final article in this Job Interviewing series.  If you’ve not done so already, you’ll first want to read Part I and Part II, as the principles are cumulative. Now that the interview is behind … Continue reading

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Job Interviewing Tips & Strategies — Part II

The day of your big job interview is finally here. Are you ready? This article builds on the principles and strategies discussed in Job Interviewing Tips & Strategies — Part I. It is highly recommended that you start there, if … Continue reading

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The Job Interview: Best Tips & Techniques — Part I

Job Interviewing Tips & Strategies — Part I Whether you have an interview on your calendar or have yet to get that far in your job search, you need to know the best tips and techniques to get the job!  … Continue reading

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Age Bias in Interviewing & Hiring: Tips to Tip the Scale in Your Direction

Age Bias or Age Discrimination? You look around the reception room and suddenly realize that every person sitting there — except for you — is under the age of 30. Fresh skinned, wrinkle free, and preoccupied with every conceivable technical … Continue reading

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