Can you explain why you're the person they need to hire? Employers ask you 100 different interview questions...but what they really want to know is, "Why should we hire you?" If you get interviews but you don't get the job, you have not explained that to them.This is the audiobook that will show you how to use your answers to get the job.
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Phone interviews are really phone "screens". Employers use them to weed out candidates and come up with a short list of people to interview face-to-face. If you don't get invited to interview, you got screened out of the job. This book will keep you from getting screened out and consistently put you on the short list of candidates who get to interview in person.
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Deliver perfect interview answers that make you stand out and get hired! Join the tens of thousands of job seekers getting job offers because they learned Peggy McKee's secrets to powerful answers to the toughest interview questions. In this follow up to the incredibly popular How to Answer Interview Questions: 101 Tough Questions That Could Kill Your Interview Chances - Answered! you'll have the best answers to another 101 job interview questions.
Do you hate networking? Do you want to learn how to network more effectively in less time? Networking Effectively: How to Build Your Network for Career Success shows you how fast and easy it is to build a quality network that will benefit you many times throughout your career.
Peggy McKee is a recruiter, career coach, and the CEO of career confidential, an online resource for job seekers to get the tools and training they need to sell themselves for the job and get the offer. Here is a bundle of 8 eReports that will step you through your job search in the most effective and efficient way possible.
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Employers will ask you questions about money (how much do you make, how much do you want to make) in the interview, and you must know what to say when they do. In this report, I tell you how to keep everybody happy by smoothly answering questions about salary, from the interview to the negotiations.
What's the most powerful place you can be in as a job seeker? The most powerful place you can be as a job seeker is having someone the company knows and trusts marketing you for the job - that someone is a recruiter. Recruiters speed up your job search and open doors for your career you didn't even know existed. Having a recruiter on your side puts you at the front of the line for the plum jobs in your field. Peggy McKee and Carl Chapman, both long-time recruiters, tell you everything you need to know to find a recruiter and get them to market you for top jobs.
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Use these 7 steps to jump start your job search and be wildly successful. In this report, you will discover how to: -Shorten your job search by months. -Uncover many jobs that are a great fit. -Sell yourself with your resume and LinkedIn profile. -Utilize the 5 most valuable interview tips. If you follow the steps in this report, you will see an immediate and dramatic positive change in your job search.
Boost your chances of getting the job by 30-40 percent just by asking two simple, strategic questions in the interview. Hiring managers love to interview potential employees who ask questions. They see these candidates as more enthusiastic, intelligent, and relatable. Both questions help you get inside the hiring manager's head to find out what he or she really thinks of you as a potential employee and raises the chances of getting the offer by 30%-40%. If you want the offer, you need to know these questions and get comfortable with asking them.
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Tips and tricks to using LinkedIn like a pro-that you won't learn from LinkedIn. More than 80% of employers and recruiters search for potential employees on LinkedIn. If you want to attract them like a magnet to your profile and get them to contact you about great jobs, this is the report you need.
The #1 improvement you can make to your resume - quantify your accomplishments! Quantifying your accomplishments means describing them in terms of numbers, dollars, or percentages. Even if you are great at your job, your resume won't show it until you add the numbers that prove it. This one resume improvement can make the difference in getting ignored or getting interviews.
Seal the deal and get the job with a smart, professional interview follow up plan. The game isn't over when you leave the interview. You're still in a conversation about this job, and you can win it or lose it with what you do after the interview. In this report, I show you the very best follow up strategies that go way beyond a generic thank you note.
Stand out and get the offer when you sell yourself for the job. Some job seekers think that "selling yourself" means you have to change their personality or act like a super-aggressive sales rep. You don't have to do either one. But you do have to understand what it means to "sell yourself", because the job search is a sales process, and you're the product. In this report, I give you the secret to successfully "selling yourself" for the job.
Whether you call it a portfolio, kudos folder, or brag book, it's an incredibly exciting and powerful interview tool that anyone can and should create. A brag book goes beyond your resume, providing visible "proof" of your greatest accomplishments. It functions as a powerful reference for you and shows evidence of your character, your track record, and your ability to do the job.