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How to Prepare for a Job Interview
It's important to go into the job interview prepared to answer questions about yourself, but there's a lot more to a successful interview than that. Doing your homework about the company you're interviewing with is equally important.

job interviewInterviewing: Age, Appearance and Attitude
Whether potential employers admit it or not, your age, appearance and attitude all affect how you're perceived during a job interview.

job interview3 Mistakes to Avoid During a Job Interview
Competition for job openings is tougher than ever. How can you make a good impression on hiring managers during your next interview? Start by avoiding these three job interview mistakes.

How to Dress for a Job Interview
Deciding what to wear to a job interview can leave you feeling stressed and uncertain. Marla Tomazin shares pointers to help you confidently dress for success.

How to Handle Discrimination During an Interview
Discrimination during a job interview is difficult to address. If you suspect it's happening, here is a way to approach the topic that might increase your chances of getting the job.

What to Say When You've Been Fired
So, you were fired from a job, and you know it's going to come up during job interviews. Should you lie about it? Make like it was all your employer's fault? That may help your ego a little, but it probably won't land you a new job. Here's what you should say in an interview when you were fired.

Favorite Questions Interviewers Ask Job Applicants
Trying to prepare for that job interview you finally got? The interviewer is likely to ask you questions to help them see beyond your resume according to this recent survey.

The Behavioral Style Job Interview
Job interviews aren't as cut and dry as they once were, focusing primarily on your skills and past experience. In an effort to find the perfect employee, recruiters have embraced behavioral style interviews as their interview of choice. Find out what they are and how you can prepare.

Interviewing Like a Pro in 5 Easy Steps
It’s an inescapable fact that interviews are the “make or break” factor on whether one lands the job. So it is surprising to find that most job seekers approach interviews  without any preparation. Here are 5 things you can do to make sure your interview's a success.

Tell Me About Yourself...
One of the most commonly asked questions in job interviews is "Why don't you tell me about yourself?" Don't waste a golden opportunity to grab the interviewer's attention. Use these four tips >>

Most hiring decisions are made at the first interview. How you come across in that interview could be as important as your experience and job talents.

ADA Enforcement Guidance: Pre-employment Disability-Related Questions and Medical Examinations Introduction
Under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (the "ADA"), an employer may ask disability-related questions and require medical examinations of an applicant only after the applicant has been given a conditional job offer.

Being Hired
There are many legal issues to look at when you are looking for employment. Some issues such as age discrimination, drug testing, employment agreements and applications can be tricky for employers. Knowing your rights when you are being hired can save you a headache down the road.

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