With your new job offer, there are a lot of emotional and logistical hurdles to clear. As you’ve already learned, the job-changing process arouses all sorts of feelings. During the transitional phase that begins with your acceptance of an offer and ends a month or two after you’ve started your new position, the emotional limbo…

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Your choice of jobs really depends on how much you want to shape your career and how much effort you’re willing to spend to make the necessary improvements in your life. If you’re considering a job change, it’s probably for one of three reasons: Personal– You want to change your relationships with others. For example,…

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To a large degree, the success of your interview depends on your ability to discover the needs of the interviewer and to empathize with the interviewer.Ask questions to verify your understanding of what the interviewer has said, without editorializing or expressing an opinion. By establishing empathy, you are in a better position to freely exchange ideas…

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Introduction Employers are so inundated with resumes, it often takes weeks—or even months—to sort through them all. Despite the administrative headaches and delays caused by processing resumes, companies rely heavily on the resumes they receive to screen for potential candidates. Given the choice of two candidates of equal ability, hiring managers always prefer to interview…

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