The Night Before the Job Interview

There is perhaps nothing more nerve wracking than the night before a big job interview. If it is truly a position that you want (and this is probably a way to tell if it is), then you will probably feel the stomach “butterflies” similar to other really notable events...

Warming Up to the Ice Breaker

An experienced job seeker will know the tone of the interview after the initial greeting between the Hiring Manager and the candidate. Most trained Interviewers will begin the conversation with what has been labeled as an “ice breaker” question or comment. The Hiring...

How and When to Ask for Job Search Feedback

A common frustration of job seekers who have received some rejection during their search, is the lack of feedback received during the process. Infrequently, however, does a job seeker seek out feedback from the Hiring Manager or Recruiter, either during or after...

Interview Question Changes Since COVID-19

Core interviews have been pretty consistent since the introduction of behavior-based interview questions a couple of decades ago. The behavior-based trend was fairly radical, since it led to a great emphasis on examples, the past, and a conversational tone, compared...

Show That You Are Reliable And Can Be Counted On

In towns all over Western New York, there are employers struggling to stay open or complete available work due to having open positions or unreliable employees. Hiring Managers are taking chances with candidates who may not meet all the qualifications or have one or...

Sound Like a Leader

For those seeking a position leading others, there is more to securing this type of role than just having previous experience. Hiring Managers will also expect you to say the “right things,” in other words, you will need to sound like a leader. For those trying to...

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