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Five Traits That Will Make You More Hireable

By Lee Hecht Harrison on June 8, 2015

Your career story should be multi-faceted, highlighting not only the work you do, but how you get it done and the attitude you bring. Raise your HQ (hireability quotient) by incorporating career stories that demonstrate these five key traits.

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Four Tips that Will Help You Shine on Your Next Interview

By Lee Hecht Harrison on April 7, 2015

While a resume may be replete with keywords that suggest a candidate has the right skills and experience, it’s much more difficult to determine if the candidate will be the right addition to the team and the organization. Here are four tips to ensure your next interview positions you not only as the best qualified candidate, but as a great choice for the team.

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10-Item Checklist That Will Improve Your Interview Success

By Lee Hecht Harrison on March 31, 2015

While most job seekers are very comfortable answering questions related to their area of expertise, sometimes answering questions designed to uncover the more abstract behaviors and attitudes hiring managers are seeking will trip up qualified applicants. As part of your interview preparation, use this 10-item checklist to see if you’re really demonstrating these critical behaviors in an interview.

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Seven Tips to Raise Your Job Search Game in a Competitive Market

By Lee Hecht Harrison on February 18, 2015

Strong job growth and a sharp rise in optimism could trigger an influx of increasingly confident job seekers who want to pursue new opportunities. To combat increased competition for jobs, current candidates must raise their game—getting even more strategic and proactive in job search activities. Here are seven tips for conducting a successful job search in a competitive job market.

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