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Congratulations! You have the job offer in hand. You have spent months perfecting your resume, honing your interview skills, searching and applying for jobs online, and now you have the offer. But should you accept it? You've spent so much time and energy pursuing the job offer, but have you truly considered whether this job is a good fit for you? Here are 10 questions to ask that will give you real insight into the company, the role, and whether it will fit you.
The consultative interview is a technique that lets you show value to the employer immediately. It can make the difference that lands you the job.
Recruiters have direct connections to hiring managers and often don't get paid unless they find the right candidate for a job. That means recruiters can be a key ally in your job search process.
Veteran job seekers often struggle with the common interview question "Why did you leave the Military." To answer this question well, avoid these common pitfalls while staying true to yourself.
Companies devote significant energy and resources to recruit top talent. Despite their best efforts, they often are unable to fill open positions with talent that truly meets their needs. A sure route to overcoming this challenge is to hire veterans.
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The title of your Resume guarantees whether it gets viewed or not. Make sure you've carefully crafted your resume's name to include your experience and what kind of job you are looking for. This will help ensure that the job you want is yours.
Success in the job search depends on communicating your accomplishments both in your resume and during the interview. But how do you identify your accomplishments beyond "I did my job and I did it well?"
Veterans would never go outside the wire without preparation but too many do just that when it comes to interviewing for a job. Here is how you can apply your military training to ensure success in the job interview process.
I was recently called out for too much military jargon in my resume. Here is how I fixed it and how you can fix your resume.
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