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About Carole Martin

Carole Martin - MONSTER.com's interview expert - has a workbook full of exercises and tips. "INTERVIEW FITNESS TRAINING" http://www.interviewcoach.com/workbook.html Preparation + Practice = Successful Interviews = Job Offers! Subscribe to her Free monthly newsletter: Interview Fitness Training At http://www.interviewcoach.com/newsletter.html Email: carole@interviewcoach.com
Changing Careers — With Little or No Experience at the New Career

Changing careers could be one of the best decisions you make in your life. It may also be one of the more difficult things you will do. Creating a self-inventory and doing some basic preparation can make a big difference in the way you view yourself and as a result how others see you. Here are five tips to help you weave your way through your transition.

Summer Time Job Searching

The temptations are there — warm, lazy, casual days, when the shoes of choice are “flip flops.” Taking the summer off and getting back into the groove of things when the “kids go back to school” would be very easy. You think to yourself, “Nothing’s happening during the summer anyway – everybody goes on vacation during these months.”

The Second Job Interview – What to Expect

Good news! You’ve been invited back for a second interview (or a third or fourth). But, you feel that you’ve already covered everything in the first interview? How will this interview be different from the first? How do you prepare for the second round?

The Who, What, and Why of Interviewing

Interviews can be daunting to the most experienced job seeker, and “terror-ific” for the less experienced. Preparation before the interview can make a huge difference in your confidence level. Here are some basic questions to get you thinking about the process.

Three Common Deadly Mistakes Made In Interviews

Since no two interviews are alike, it is difficult to be prepared for what lies ahead, but you can focus on your presentation skills, which may be even more important than what you have to say. Three areas of performance, which should be considered dangerous and deadly, are worth spending some time thinking about before your next interview.