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The Dos and Don’ts of Interviewing
Unemployment is back down to a low 3.9%, but American are switching jobs more frequently. Whether their looking for a step up on the career ladder and more pay, or just a better work environment and more work-life balance, millennials are more switching jobs at twice the rate of those just a few years older. That means more time job hunting and more competition for work.

There are some things that everyone knows, or at least should know, about going to a job interview: be on time, dress professionally, talk about your strengths. But the job market is changing, and nearly half of job seekers think it’s getting harder to find work. In order to land that job you’ve always dreamed of you’ll have to find a way to stand out in the crowd and show you can be a doer. Check-out this infographic for tips and tricks for your next interview:

The Dos and Don’ts of Interviewing

Infographic by: humanresourcesmba.net

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The Dos and Don’ts of Interviewing #infographic

The Dos and Don’ts of Interviewing
Unemployment is back down to a low 3.9%, but American are switching jobs more frequently. Whether their looking for a step up on the career ladder and more pay, or just a better work environment and more work-life balance, millennials are more switching jobs at twice the rate of those just a few years older. That means more time job hunting and more competition for work.

There are some things that everyone knows, or at least should know, about going to a job interview: be on time, dress professionally, talk about your strengths. But the job market is changing, and nearly half of job seekers think it’s getting harder to find work. In order to land that job you’ve always dreamed of you’ll have to find a way to stand out in the crowd and show you can be a doer. Check-out this infographic for tips and tricks for your next interview:

The Dos and Don’ts of Interviewing

Infographic by: humanresourcesmba.net

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