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How To Talk About Your Biggest Weaknesses In A Job Interview - Monster.com

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Cruise Line Class's curator insight, February 17, 2014 2:44 PM

Nice tips in this article!

 

I believe that most interviewers can see right through the scripted responses where candidates say things like these two examples..."It is hard for me to say no or I am a perfectionist."

 

I always suggest those who I am coaching to identify a few areas that they have been working on this year to develop.  I suggest that when an interviewer asks you what are your biggest weaknesses?  You can always respond with, a few areas of opportunity that I identified this year to work on is _____ this and _____ this.  What I have been doing to strengthen these areas is ....

 

It turns the negative into a positive sort of speak.

 

Hope this article is useful.  Please let me know if there are any questions that I could help you with.  Hoping that you ace every interview!!!

 

PS - Live on Purpose!

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8 Types of People Managers HATE To #Interview

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Not every job candidate that comes your way is going to be an exciting person to interview. Here are 8 types of people that managers hate to interview.

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Cruise Line Class's curator insight, April 13, 2014 9:45 AM

Funny article...hope you enjoy reading!

 

I have to admit the silent ones are difficult to interview, because you know they have talents; however, it can be difficult pulling the information out of them.

 

The extreme excuse makers who blame everything on their previous boss or employer is something that I talk about often in this blog. 

 

Take a read on the listed 8, and tell us what you think?

 

Until next time.....PS - Live on Purpose! 

David Perry's curator insight, April 28, 2014 7:59 AM

It truly takes all types.

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Marketing Internship Jobs, vacancies | Indeed.co.uk

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1,285 Marketing Internship Job vacancies available on Indeed.co.uk. one search. all jobs.
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Internship deadlines: last chance to apply - TARGETjobs

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“Internship deadlines: last chance to apply TARGETjobs If you're interested in a career in finance, marketing or law, there are work experience opportunities here that should catch your eye. There are placements that ...”
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Placement Year at RMP Enterprise Ltd - Marketing Placement - Placement Years from Rate My Placement

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We're hiring...next years placements students are needed now!! Find out how you can be the one!
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Seven Things to Avoid Saying During a Job #Interview

Seven Things to Avoid Saying During a Job #Interview | Finding placements | Scoop.it
To crack an interview & get your dream jobs you should avoid saying the following during your interview session.

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Cruise Line Class's curator insight, April 2, 2014 12:55 PM

I know that this article doesn't offer any surprises; however, what you may think is common knowledge is not always applied by all.

 

I can't tell you how many people during an interview speak negatively about either the employer or their previous boss.  Negative comments are not perceived positively,  and will send the wrong impression of who you are.

 

The comment mentioned in the article about candidates saying "I didn't have time to look up the information on your website."  Yes, I have heard this one before tool. 

 

Other words or phrases that you shouldn't say or ask during the interview:

 

- How many days do you offer for sick time

- Do you enforce drug screening

- Will you be running criminal background checks

- When will I get my first raise

 

Remember the employer is interested in what you can offer them -- do the focus during the initial stages should not be on what the employer can do for you.  (just my humble opinion:)

 

Until next time...PS - Live on Purpose!

Tochukwu Akunna's curator insight, May 3, 2014 12:39 PM

Great insights

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Student Internships, Internship Opportunities and Student Placement

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Student, accommodation, RateMyPlacement, entrepreneurs | Advice | RateMyPlacement Blog

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Top Placement And Internship Employers 2012

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