According to bestselling management author and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch, the last few minutes of a job interview can make or break your chances of getting the job. And there’s something you can say to ensure that you’re memorable — in a good way.
After you’ve made your case and the hiring manager concludes the interview, don’t just say “thank you” and leave. Read More.
The best way to make sure an interviewer remembers you well past the conversation is to always ask questions at the end — something many job applicants don’t do, says Brendan Browne, the global head of talent for LinkedIn. Read More.
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Is the end of the interview really as important as everyone says?
The short of it is… yes. Trust me, or trust Nobel Laureate Daniel Kahneman — his research brought forth the Peak-End Rule: when your interviewer thinks back on your interview, he or she will only remember the best part of your interview and the ending. Shout out to my boy Danny for backing me up on this one!
Ok, Katherine, what is the golden question I clicked on this article for?? Read More.
Step 1 in the Ready To Work NJ Program – Job Readiness Workshops!
Improve your chances of getting a new job and complete the first step after registering (and being accepted) by taking advantage of the Ready To Work NJ 2 Day Workshop! These 2 day workshops help with resume & cover letter writing, interviewing techniques, networking & social media tips.
Upcoming workshops are scheduled at:
- Passaic CC (Wanaque Campus) – Oct. 23 & 26 – Contact Jaci Teune
- Essex CC – Oct. 25 & 27 – Contact Monica Rock
- Middlesex CC – Oct. 25 & 26 – Contact John Radvany
- Brookdale CC – Oct.27 & 28 — Contact John Radvany
Candidates may also receive a phone call from the participating Colleges. Note: if email link doesn’t work, please use the first initial last name @ njworkforce.org to send an email.