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Everything you're doing wrong in a job interview – and how to fix it

By over-rehearsing answers and showing up too early you could be hindering your chances of interview success
 
Are you stuck on the interview treadmill, going to interviews but not getting any offers? It’s frustrating, especially when you don’t know what you’re doing wrong. ...




10 MBA Programs Where Graduates Find Jobs Quickly

Temple University's Fox School of Business and Management has the highest employment rate, U.S. News data show.
Many MBA students start business school with the hope that it will lead to career advancement, but launching a successful career is no easy task. ...




How One MBA Grad Became a Total Minimalist—and Paid Off $90K in Debt

Joe Mihalic is a changed man. In 2011, he led the typical the Harvard-MBA lifestyle, with a lucrative job at a big tech company, a house in the suburbs, two cars and a motorcycle, and frequent travel—but he felt trapped. “I wasn’t working at a company I loved or in a job I loved. ...




21 Ways to Avoid Job Interview Anxiety

Career experts often offer helpful tips for reducing job interview anxiety. But you don’t want to reduce job interview anxiety; you want to avoid it altogether. Before you say, “But that’s impossible!” let’s clarify: You don’t actually have to eliminate the anxiety. ...




Stumped in a Job Interview? Here’s What to Do

How to respond to a question that catches you off guard.
Interviewing is stressful and nerve-wracking for most. Sometimes, you have all the right answers. Other times, the process can reduce a normally confident professional into a sweating, rambling, seemingly inexperienced newbie in their field. ...




U.S. Employers Expect to Hire More Foreign Workers Despite Possible Immigration Restrictions

A majority of U.S. companies plan on hiring foreign nationals in 2017 despite signs from President Donald Trump's administration that it intends to make it more difficult to hire from abroad.
 
A national survey of 442 HR professionals and hiring managers was conducted by Harris Poll in late 2016, and commissioned by Envoy, an immigration services provider based in Chicago. ...




Why Women Should Challenge Men’s Ridiculous Ideas at Work

Having spent decades in tech, I have numerous memories of being the only woman in the room. To be taken seriously, I had to possess a lot of confidence and be certain of myself—particularly as I rose up the leadership chain. Being confident may sound simple, but actually it's not. ...




Meet The Millennial Woman Taking Her Dream To The Skies

Millennials are the most diverse generation in history. According to the Brookings Institute, millennials represent 27% of minorities nationwide and 43% of primary working age minorities.
 
Since diversity is woven into the fabric of the generation, it is a priority in choosing a workplace. ...




Top 10 CV buzzwords – and how to avoid them

Everyone describes themselves as ‘passionate, enthusiastic and specialised’ on their CV – here’s how to convey the same thing without being cliched
 
 
Take a look at your CV. Do you describe yourself as creative? Strategic? Experienced? If so, you’re not alone, but you may want to consider a rewrite. ...




How to Stay Calm in the Job Stress Storm

You might remember the Jet Blue flight attendant who melted down a few years back after a passenger wouldn’t apologize when his luggage came down on the attendant's noggin. The attendant went on the intercom shouting obscenities, grabbed a couple beers, and slid down the emergency escape chute. ...