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What to Do When Your Interviewer Says,"Walk Me Through Your Resume"

When an interviewer asks you to tell them about yourself, they’ll likely ask you to, “Walk me through your resume.” This request is designed to learn about you and what you’re passionate about. Here’s how to nail your answer.

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Big Mistakes, Big Lessons: How to Grow From Professional Failures

As you push through managing your job and career, you’re going to make mistakes. Most of them will be small and fixable or even insignificant. Some will be bigger and more difficult to repair and move past. But they all will provide you with opportunities to learn and become better.

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Can Your Career Plan Use a Tune-Up?

Ongoing career assessments are wise to help you make sure you’re heading in the right direction. If you don’t know how to get started, try these steps.

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Interview Questions that Help Reveal the Most About Professional Job Candidates

Whether you’re interviewing professionals over the phone or in person, there are questions that you might always ask, but a few you should ask in order to understand whether they are the right fit.

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How to Reply to One of the Most Popular Interview Questions

Knowing how to answer one of the most common interview questions, “What makes you unique?” can make a break an interview. Here are ways NOT to answer it and how you SHOULD answer this question.

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Advantages of Hiring Contract Staffing Firm Professionals Versus 1099 Contractors

You’re overwhelmed with work and need people RIGHT NOW. Do you hire 1099 contractors or use a contract staffing agency? Let’s compare them to see which one makes more sense.

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Facing A Talent Shortage? Reach for the G.O.A.L

For years, experts have warned of the pending talent shortages as baby boomers retire, and years of shrinking birth rates in the United States, economic uncertainty, global pandemic, and unsettling workplace transformation makes the situation even worse. Companies can address the talent shortfall for the future by keeping their eyes on the G.O.A.L.

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Tips for Leading a Team of Engineers

Leading a team of engineers is more than just managing a group of employees; it’s the process of getting the best out of each team member and moving toward the goals you and your organization have set. Here are a few things you should know when leading a team of very smart, educated engineering professionals.

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How Not to Lose Your Mind

Your brain isn’t like other organs. In fact it can be sustained throughout your entire life and can even get stronger, but you have to take care of it. Here’s how.

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How to Offend Job Candidates and Never Have to Interview Anyone Ever Again

Hiring candidates is a pain in the ass. There. We said it. It’s a lot of work and nobody needs that, right? So here are 4 sure-fire ways to drive as many candidates away as possible and ensure that they never want to work for your company… ever.

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