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Read More “Tell Me About Yourself” is perhaps one of the most common interview questions. So much so, that I’d be willing to buy you a gift card to your favorite small business if you’re not asked “Tell Me About Yourself” or some variation during your next interview. Although it’s pretty annoying, the answer to […]
Read More Most of us were never taught how to navigate the job search. On top of that, there’s so much conflicting advice out there. It’s hard to know what to listen to and what not to listen to. Sometimes all you need is a simple answer from someone who gets it. For many years […]
Some of the most common interview questions are pretty annoying. Understanding the WHY behind the question will help you ace the interview…