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Career Advice Round-Up for the week of Nov 30th

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Curated career advice from around the web for November 30th, 2020…

How to answer 5 common trick questions designed to trip you up in an interview

Common interview questions such as “Tell me about yourself” may not make you panic as much as a bizarre question like “How do you make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich?” But they can still wreak havoc on your responses if you aren’t prepared. Don’t be fooled by these deceptively simple questions.

Beating the Bots: 9 Resume Do’s and Don’ts For Getting Past the ATS

ATS refers to applicant tracking system and is the technology that most human resource departments use to manage the hiring process. While it can be time-saving and cost effective for companies, it can be the bane of existence for job seekers. It also beats hearing “I’ll keep your resume on

Job Search Tips When You’re Over 50

I have received several recent reader questions about job search tips when you’re over 50: When you are an older unemployed professional in your late 50’s how do you survive and what strategies should you use to navigate through these difficult times we are currently in?

5 Step Guide to Talking to Your Manager About Growth

Labor law experts discuss workers’ rights in Covid-19

SACHS: Workers in Europe have a much richer set of protections than workers in the United States. That includes multiple mechanisms for worker voice, unions, works councils, sectoral bargaining, representation, and a much more robust social safety net. The situation is much harsher here.

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