CategoryJob Interviews

Should I Take a Job I Don’t Want?

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Searching for a new job can be hard and exhausting. And if you finally received a job offer, you may be tempted to make the leap to a new position. However, if you’re reading this article, there’s a good chance that the job offer that you received is one that you’re not particularly excited about. In this post, we share five rules to help you decide whether or not you should...

Marketing Interview Questions & Answers

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Marketing can be a wonderful career path. It requires a blend of creativity, communication, and data savvy that is unique to marketing work. Additionally, it’s a skill that is in-demand, meaning that there are lots of job opportunities out there. And if you ultimately decide that what you want to do with your life is to work for yourself, a skillset in marketing will be invaluable.  Within...

How to Decline an Interview (With Email Templates Included)

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After applying or interviewing for a job, you may find that the role is not actually a match for what you’re looking for. Once you’ve made that decision, it doesn’t make sense for your or the company to continue on in the interview process, and you’ll want to decline subsequent interview invitations. Throughout this article, I’ll review best practices for how to decline an interview and break...

How to Ace an Interview: A Step-by-Step Process

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Ultimately, getting the job you want is going to come down to acing your job interview. And that can be good and bad. It’s bad in that many people hate interviewing and get extremely nervous for the whole process. But it’s good because there is often a pretty low bar for delivering a good interview. Because so many people are nervous and don’t like interviewing, if you get the basics right, you...

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