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Spring Forward: How to Build Interview Confidence

Spring Forward: How to Build Interview Confidence

How to bounce back from a bad interview and build confidence. It’s perhaps the most nerve-wracking aspect of the job search. You submitted your resume and got the call. It’s time to meet for an interview, and you’re wondering what to do next.How do you prepare yourself with the necessary confidence to be successful in […]

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‘Twas the Night Before the Job Interview

Do you have a big interview coming up? Are you feeling festive? Take a look at our holiday poem below to help you remember the importance of preparing for your interview. ‘Twas the night before the job interview, when all through the house A job seeker was ironing the wrinkles from her blouse Her outfit, […]

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Ask a Recruiter: When to Disclose a Disability

Ask a Recruiter: When to Disclose a Disability

When it comes to the workplace, we know there’s a lot to learn. We want to help by answering your questions, so our very own industry experts at Express Employment Professionals have offered up helpful answers right here on the Movin’ On Up blog. Here’s our next installment! Question: When should you disclose a disability? […]

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How to Beat the Interview Competition

How to Beat the Interview Competition

Landing an interview is a big step in your job search. With all the hard work you’ve put into looking for a job, it’s natural to feel anxious about an upcoming interview. One thing you shouldn’t worry about, however, is your competition. Not only is it distracting, it’s not beneficial. To beat the interview competition, […]

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How Many Resumes Does it Take to Make a Hire?

Express Employment Professionals recently asked 390 businesses in the United States and Canada how many resumes and interviews does it take for employers to fill one job. The results may surprise you as businesses spend more time than you think to make one hire. Depending on the industry, business leaders report that candidate searches can […]

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Millennial Monday: The Interview Process

Millennial Monday: The Interview Process

Express Employment Professionals recently teamed up with the School of Media and Strategic Communications at Oklahoma State University (OSU) in Stillwater, OK, to conduct research about Millennials and their attitudes toward the American Dream. Also known as “Gen Y,” Millennials were born between 1979 and 1995 and make up 30% of the population. As they […]

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Job Search Advice From This Year’s Oscar Nominees

Do you equate applying for a position to actors and actresses who are in search of that famous golden statue? You should. In fact, searching for a job is a lot like being in the running for an Academy Award. As we prepare for the Oscars on Sunday, take a look at the following facts […]

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What Does Your Job Search Competition Look Like?

When it comes to your job search, competition is inevitable. Job seekers are in a fierce battle for quality positions, and you may wonder how a recruiter chooses between two similar applicants. Although no two cases are alike, there are ways to make sure you stand out from the crowd. Consider these tips: Dress the […]

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Want a Job? These Traits Matter

When it comes to finding a job, there are a lot of factors that make or break your chances. The right education, experience, and network can all help sway a potential employer’s decision. But, what about your skills? Hard skills and soft skills are vital when it comes to your job search. And a recent […]

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How a Lack of Planning May Be Costing You the Job

When job searching, planning is an important step that can make or break your chances of success. A good resume and application may land you an interview, but planning is necessary to ace it and get the job offer. Is your lack of planning costing you? We’ve put together some resources to help you pick […]

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