Time Gaps in Your Employment & How to Handle Them in an Interview

We’ve all either had or know someone who experienced gaps in their #employment history. The only time it become a concern is during a #jobinterview….by then…you may not be prepared with the proper response to this question.

It’s extremely important to be fully confident and prepared in responding to these and other fact finding questions before you go to the #interviews and how to handle them professionally. If you’re looking for more in-depth one-on-one #interviewprep, then go here.

Another important place to address gaps in your work history is on your resume. If you’re not sure how to structure it on your #resumes…check out my resource.

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Difficult Job Interview Questions & How to Respond Strategically – Part 3 of 4

I’m now presenting Part 3 of the 4 Part Series, Difficult Interview Question and How to Respond Strategically.

In Part 1, we addressed the question, ““Why should I hire you?”” and how to respond to get a positive feedback from the interviewer. You can check out Part 1 video here

Part 2 tackles the next difficult question, ““How do you handle deadlines?”“. Part 2 helps you to say strategic things to establish a better rapport with the employer #interviewing you. You can check out part 2 here.

Now, we are talking about the third difficult interview question where some people have been known to be dishonest…not a good idea. You will regret it later. You will get some golden nuggets on how to maneuver through this question honestly and intelligently.

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Difficult Job Interview Questions & How to Respond Strategically – Part 2 of 4

In Part 1 of the series, we discussed the first question, ‘Why Should I hire you?”. Click on the link here to watch.

Now let’s get into Part 2 of the interview series..the next interview question…. I want to prepare you as #careercoach to be ready for the difficulties in your career process.

If you looking for assistance with even more interview preparation questions, check out my resource here to get you even more strategic direction.

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Are your high school or college kids ready for the workforce? Part 4

Hey awesome folks! I’m bringing the 4th and final part of the 4 Part series for #highschool and #collegekids. Share this video series with your friends & family that finds this series helpful.

Resources:

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In Part 2…We talk about your #careertools and how they’re necessary in your #careerpath…to get your career tools completed…go HERE.

If you already have career tools like your #resumes #coverletters or #lettersofrecommendation to be reviewed & primed for employers to find you…go HERE

For Part 3, we talk about 2 of the 7 ways to prepare & Dominate in your next job interview. If you want to find out all 7 ways, go HERE.

In Part 4 of this video…we talked about #salarynegotiations & other areas of closing the #jobopportunities where you receive the #joboffer. If you need help with how to master these steps in your career…check out this resource HERE

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Dear High School Grads…Do you want to live with your parents in your 30s and 40s? – Part 6

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You are now listening to the final Part 6 of the 6-Part series…Putting It All Together.

Resources:

To access Part 1 of the 6-Part series titled “Create your career & economic plan with deadlines” – Go HERE

To access Part 2 of the 6-Part series titled Learning about your credit & finances…Go HERE

To access Part 3 of the 6-Part series titled… Having your career tools ready….Go HERE

To access Part 4 of the 6-Part series: “Learn how to handle your job interviews and business meetings like a BOSS…Click Here

To access Part 5 of the 6-Part series titled “Learning the Art of Negotiation…” – Go HERE

Your career & economic life depends on what you do with this information…in order for any of these things to work….you MUST TAKE MASSIVE ACTION! Ultimately, it’s your life…decide now to live it WELL.

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3-Before your next job interview…AVOID doing these 6 things….

Hey beautiful people! This is the third installment of the interview series.

Listen, I know you may be nervous and jittery about your next job interview, especially if it’s for an awesome opportunity you’ve been looking forward to. Whatever you do, please AVOID these six actions I’m about to discuss…if you have any hope of landing this job or career opportunity.

Avoid #3 – Bringing your mobile telephone interview with the ringtone on. There is nothing more rude to interviewers than having the mobile telephone rings in the middle of an interview. The ringing disrupts the flow of the interview and may cause you to loose the opportunity. It sounds simple…but I’ve seen it happen. If there is a possible chance you cannot place your phone on silent or vibration mode, just leave the phone in the car.

If you’re struggling with your interview process, and need additional in-depth resources to help you with your next career/job interview? Schedule an interview coaching session to obtain the “industry specific” strategy and tools to DOMINATE in your next interview or if you’re truly motivated and move at your own pace, find this resource helpful.

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