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What is the STAR Job Interview Method?

What is the STAR job interview method? This behavior-based interview question format is highly recommended by hiring managers as a way for job candidates to show their interviewer their strengths and problem-solving skills. The STAR interviewing method can help candidates make a great first impression and show their interviewer how they would fit into the position they are applying for. Pat Miller, The Idea Coach, spoke with CEO and Founder of In Your FACE Learning David Scurlock about how candidates can be STARS in their job interviews.⭐

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What do hiring managers look for?

What do hiring managers look for in applicants? What are they thinking during your interview? It's difficult to know how to impress employers and what they are looking for in their next employee. Luckily, Pat Miller from The Interview spoke with hiring manager Shelly Dretzka from aHRrow about how applicants can stand out in the application and interview process.

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6 Tips to Stand Out from the Millennial Workforce

Millennials represent the largest generation in the U.S. workforce. In fact, 35 percent of the labor force is made up of workers between the ages of 21-36, according to a Pew Research analysis of the last census. That means more competition for available jobs and more of a need for you to stand out.

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How to Research a Company Before You Interview

Editor's Note: This post was originally published April 2018 and has recently been updated and revised for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

In business, knowledge and preparation are always huge advantages. That applies to the job search and hiring processes as well. Before you walk into any interview, you should learn as much as you can about the organization you hope to work for and the position you want to fill.

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How Problem Solving Skills Will Help You Ace The Interview

Editor's Note: This post was originally published March 2018 and has recently been updated and revised for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

A lot of effort and preparation go into making a job interview a success. You have to present yourself as polished in your professional appearance and responses to questions. Interviewees must show off their enthusiasm for taking on a new position and explain clearly how their past education and experience have prepared them for the responsibilities ahead.

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