How to decode, deflect, and crush anything a potential boss throws at you.
The toughest and sometimes most important question at any interview, "Do you have any questions?"
The hardest question in every interview.
Perhaps the single most important part of the job-finding process, the interview makes a nervous wreck out of even the most stoic of gentlemen. Here's the inside scoop for coming out on top.
Scour job boards. Submit slightly modified cover letter and resume. Repeat. Sound familiar? That's because that's what everyone is doing – and it's not going to cut it.
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