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How to follow up after the telephone interview

Posted on March 7, 2010 at 6:27pm 4 Comments

In today’s economy, there are a lot of people applying for the few jobs available. I know this because I’m one of the people doing the applying.



My question is: How long should I wait after a first telephone interview before concluding the employer isn’t interested in me?



Let’s assume I’ve already sent an appropriate thank you note and called a couple days after to confirm it was received (I do). What then?



On the one hand, I don’t want to be pestering the… Continue

Networking tips for finding a new job

Posted on December 21, 2009 at 4:30pm 0 Comments

(This column was originally published in SNEWS, the most trusted outdoor and fitness industry news source since 1984. www.snewsnet.com)





As the U.S. unemployment rate hovers around 10 percent, a large number of Americans are seeking jobs, and networking has become a critical skill.



There are about 6.3 people competing for each job, the U.S. Labor Department reported in October, so job seekers face plenty of competition. But they… Continue

How long should you wait for a business appointment?

Posted on November 9, 2009 at 9:14pm 0 Comments

(This column was originally published in SNEWS, the most trusted outdoor and fitness industry news source since 1984. www.snewsnet.com)





King Louis XVII of France once said, "Punctuality is the courtesy of kings." Nearly 200 years later, some businesspeople still haven't perfected this courtesy. If you have an appointment to meet someone, and that person is late, how long should you wait?



No matter where you are on the food chain,… Continue

Do your legwork to score that job

Posted on September 29, 2009 at 4:08pm 0 Comments

(This column was originally published in SNEWS, the most trusted outdoor and fitness industry news source since 1984. www.snewsnet.com)



OK, you've secured an interview for a position that really interests you. How can you differentiate yourself from other qualified candidates under consideration?



Research on your potential employer will help you stand out from the crowd. The more you know going into the interview, the more comfortable you'll feel and the more… Continue

The money question

Posted on August 18, 2009 at 7:41pm 6 Comments

The money question

The money question always comes up in job interviews. If you are a candidate looking at a new position, you can safely assume the person on the other side of the desk will ask some form of the money question. Your answer is difference between moving forward and being eliminated.



In an interview, the employer has four basic questions in mind. However they dress them up, whatever creative spin they put on them, employers really want to know four things:

1.… Continue

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