To be or not to be. That is the question.

by SixFigureStart | October 28, 2009

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As human nature and the quest for power would have it, we are always at a disadvantage in the world when we ask a stranger for something. So it is with interviews from the minuscule amount of ads that actually answer you back. The interviewer’s defenses are up and it’s damn hard to always resonate with him or her beyond small talk because the interviewer usually directs the interview direction. Unless we come into an interview through a contact or introduction, we are essentially communing with someone we’ve never met before and placing an essential need of ours for their consideration. [Read More]

--Posted by The Job Goddess Who Won’t Rest Till Everyone Is Put To Work!, The 405 Club

Previously:
Body language speaks loudly in interviews

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