Job Interview Articles

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    How To Cancel A Job Interview

    Although it’s likely that you worked hard to get to the interview stage, sometimes you have to cancel. Whether you’ve found another position, you’ve fallen ill, or you just don’t think it’s a good fit for you, sometimes you need to cancel your job interview. This can be a delicate situation to handle, so here ...
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    5 Things You Should Bring To A Job Interview

    When preparing for a job interview the main things we tend to consider are what to wear and how to answer questions that you might be asked. It is also important to consider what you need to actually bring with you to the interview.   1. A bottle of water Trust us, this is essential! Although a lot ...
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    When Should You Follow Up Your Job Application?

    Applying for jobs and hearing nothing back, though extremely frustrating, is not exactly uncommon in this highly competitive job market we currently live in. Should you follow up your job application? Should you chase the recruiter/interviewer for feedback and if so, at what stage? After sending your application Not hearing back from the company after sending your ...
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    Should You Send A Post-Interview Thank You Letter?

    A post-interview thank you letter used to be a widely accepted custom of the job-hunting process. Do you still need to send a thank you letter? Nowadays, the majority of our applications are done online. You’ll see a position you like on a job board then apply on the company website, or by sending an email ...
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    5 Tips For Getting An Interview From A Frustrated Employer

    Shai Aharony is the managing director of Reboot Online Marketing ltd.  I’m going to try to make this post as short and to the point as possible. To be honest, and without trying to sound like my dad, it seems that a short attention span is a growing issue in today’s applicants.  I’m going to explain how ...