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The Do’s and Don’ts of Difficult Interview Questions

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The following two questions are critical in the interviewing process because they establish a lasting impression of you. When you hear the following two questions, this is the home stretch! But it is not over just yet – these questions are critical to your interview because they establish a lasting impression of you, and they are also arguably the most overlooked! Continue reading ‘The Do’s and Don’ts of Difficult Interview Questions’

The Do’s and Don’ts of Difficult Interview Questions

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Interviewing: arguably the most impending fear of any job seeker. Whether looking to enter the workforce or in search of a new career opportunity, an interview is almost certain to happen. Yet two things remain true for job seekers: 1. Most don’t prepare effectively for an interview and 2. Most don’t prepare because they are unsure how to approach the “difficult questions” of interviewing – which all affects confidence. Continue reading ‘The Do’s and Don’ts of Difficult Interview Questions’

The Hardest Question

Richard Prather“Good morning, sir. Welcome to Baked-Basic-Goods-101! Luckily, if you are a chocolate connoisseur, our death-by-chocolate muffins are 75% off today. What can I get for you?”

The customer replied, “I am not sure; you have so many great items to choose from. Can you give me a second please?” Continue reading ‘The Hardest Question’

Labor Day 2018

Daniel MabryLabor Day is a yearly celebration of social and economic accomplishments made by America’s workers. The day recognizes the labor force’s great contributions to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of our country. Beginning in 1885, local governments began recognizing their efforts by passing city ordinances. However, it was not until June 28, 1894 that Congress officially established the first Monday of every September as Labor Day. To this day, many people challenge who was the founding father of the holiday; I will leave that open for debate. Continue reading ‘Labor Day 2018’


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