Workplace Fit Rule of Thumb:

Over the last decade I’ve gained an excessive amount of experience interviewing for an array of companies and opportunities. On each occasion I consistently attempt to analyze the process and treatment I endure. There are a few truths I’ve analyzed and concluded that allow me to determine if a specific workplace is worthwhile for me or not. …

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Post-Interview Diagnosis

There's the online job listing. There's the 'About Us' web page. There are sites such as Glassdoor and Wikipedia. And if you're really lucky, there's an inside employee contact. These generally make up a job seeker's sources of information of what it would actually be like to work at the company. Most of the time it just seems like far too …

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5 Interview Questions You Should Try Asking Next Time

Request a tour of the office building and campus grounds Don't be afraid to ask how many candidates are they interviewing for the position? In what time frame are they looking to fill the position? Are they in a rush because someone recently left in a vital role? Or are they taking a much slower and …

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Why You Should Continue Applying For More Jobs Even After A Good Interview

You just went through a job interview. It felt great, you and the interviewer seemed to really hit it off, and you’re all but certain you have the job. What’s the next step from there? If you guessed that you should sit around and wait for a call back then you are wrong. Even though …

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