interviews

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job offers
Career Advice
Lori Bumgarner

How Do You Make the Right Choice Between Multiple Job Offers?

Last week I had a client who landed several interviews and job offers. Once she got past her initial excitement, she admitted some feelings of fear and nervousness. You might wonder why she’d feel nervous or scared about having numerous opportunities coming her way at once. But these feelings can

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questions
COVID Info
Lori Bumgarner

How to Know What Questions to Ask in a Job Interview

I’ve previously written on the importance of asking questions of your own when interviewing for a job. Not only do they help you make a wiser decision when it comes to multiple job offers, they also help you win the interview! But with various interview processes, and the latest changes

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interview skills
Career Advice
Lori Bumgarner

Do You Need to Improve Your Interview Skills?

Most people need help improving their interview skills. Even those who think they do well in interviews. We all have blind spots when it comes to interviewing. And even if you’re naturally good at interviews, there are some novel things you can do in your next interview to increase your

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2020
Career Advice
Lori Bumgarner

Who Needs a Day Off From 2020?

I know I sure could use a day off from 2020! For the first time in a long time, I’m experiencing writers block for this blog, and I just need a little time off from trying to come up with my next topic. This year has been so eventful, but

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thank you notes
Career Etiquette
Lori Bumgarner

How to Write the Best Thank You Notes for Your Interviews

Update: I failed to clarify early on in the original post that a type written thank you note should be sent via snail mail. Thank you to one of my readers for bringing this to my attention! This is the month we celebrate thanksgiving. Therefore, it’s only fitting to have

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interview questions
Career Advice
Lori Bumgarner

How to Handle the Most Pointless Interview Questions

In light of coronavirus times, one of my Facebook friends posted this the other day: “So in retrospect, in 2015, not a single person got the answer right to ‘Where do you see yourself five years from now?’” I commented: “This is reason enough to retire such an overused and

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video interviews
Career Advice
Lori Bumgarner

How to Make Phone and Video Interviews Run More Smoothly

I have a few clients who’ve done video interviews in recent weeks due to COVID-19. While phone and video interviews are nothing new, at least not to first-round interview screenings, they’ve temporarily replaced all in-person job interviews during the quarantine. Companies are likely to continue holding remote interviews throughout the

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Google insider
Career Advice
Lori Bumgarner

A Google Insider Shares His Interview Advice

I often publish posts on Medium, a platform designed to bring readers interesting takes on important topics. Whatever your interests, you can always find fresh thinking and unique perspectives on Medium. One of my most viral posts on Medium was the one entitled “Get Interview Advice From an Insider at

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career advice
Career Advice
Lori Bumgarner

Career Advice No One Will Ever Share With You (Re-post)

As a career coach, I’m always responding to career-related questions with various tips and career advice. I recently received a question asking, “What are a few unique pieces of career advice nobody ever mentions?” This is a good one because there are a lot of possible answers to it, but

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