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INTERVIEWER’S QUESTION “Tell me about yourself.”

Sunday, June 24th, 2018

Select the strongest answer (A) I started my career as an Associate Accountant for a small firm after graduating from college. I then left that firm and was hired as an Accountant for a larger firm where I spent two years. After reaching a level where there was no further growth in that company I [Read More..]

VALUES EXERCISE —- how important is commute time?

Friday, June 22nd, 2018

WORK VALUES EXERCISE Take a look at this list of words (also feel free to add to the list) – and select the values that are really important to you or “essential” to you – in your work? Highlight your TOP TEN or so – essential values Location Time Freedom Public Contact Environment Independence Competition Aesthetics Entrepreneur [Read More..]

Three Common Deadly Mistakes Made In Job Interviews

Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

No two interviews are alike so it is difficult to be prepared for the unexpected. You can however focus on your presentation skills that can be more important than what you say. 1. Poor non-verbal communication image Stand straight, and make good eye contact. Connect with a good, firm, enthusiastic handshake. Sit erect, learning forward [Read More..]

Top Interview Questions

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018 10 MOST CHALLENGING JOB INTERVIEW QUESTIONS and ANSWERS There is no way of predicting which questions will be asked in an interview, but by reviewing the “most common” questions you will begin to focus on how to present yourself in the most prepared and positive manner. 1. Q. “Tell me about yourself Any conversation [Read More..]


Monday, March 12th, 2018

We Are What We Say Carole Martin – The words that you use to express yourself send a strong message about who you are and what you know. In fact, your vocabulary and the use of appropriate words say more about you than the message you are trying communicate. In the job search, the [Read More..]


Saturday, March 3rd, 2018

1) Most humbling experience in med school? 2) Staff is wrong and you are convinced you are right? What do you do? 3) Most disastrous situation in med school? 4) What did you not like about med school? 5) How do you deal with a non-compliant patient? 6) What has been your favorite or most [Read More..]