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    You got the job. Now for the hard part: deciding whether to accept it or not. How should you assess the salary as well as the other benefits? Which publicly available information should you rely on? How should you try to get a better deal? And what’s the best way to decline an offer if it’s not the right job for you?


    Shift your mind-set


    First, you must recognize that receiving an offer represents a new and different phase of the job search process. The purpose of the interview is to get the offer. The next stage is about weighing that offer and then negotiating it with your new employer. Keep in mind that even though the job is yours if you want it, you must continue to be enthusiastic in your dealings with your manager. By sounding suspicious or by questioning something about the offer, you are sending a negative signal. It sounds as if you’re uncertain that you want job. Employers need to feel that you are committed.


    Be Methodical


    Next, you need to think about what matters… [Read More]
  • Recruiters often spend their time in interview sessions so they get a chance to meet different types of candidates. After years of experience, they use to get a perfect idea about which candidate can pursue a bright career in their company and how much beneficial he/she can be for the overall growth. So, if you are also searching for a job then it is good to get some idea of what recruiters think about different types of candidates and what kind of personality or attitude they demand. If you are not able to prove yourself in the face to face round then there are chances that you as well as your resume will simply get disappeared into a black hole after the interview session.

    If you have received a call for an interview that means someone has gone through your resume and it might have indicated certain kind of useful qualities about you. Fantastic! Now it is time to close the job deal by leaving a memorable impression in the interview round.


    There is no doubt to say that even for a
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  • So, now you have stepped out of your long-term education stage and it is time to join a job. The interview session is finally over and you are in a mood to go for a party with friends. This is really the awesome part of our life when we get our dream job and more than that when we are able to crack a tough interview. You know! when you will share this experience with some of your juniors it will really bring a feeling of satisfaction in your heart. And the time when they will say thanks to you for your guidance and experience then you will really feel proud of your achievement. Do you remember the loveliest thought of your school days: “Sharing is Caring”. It works almost at every stage of life. Many successful personalities say that it is really wonderful to share your interview experience with others. If you still want to ask “why” then keep on reading the details below:

    It’s your duty:
    Just rewind your life and think about people who helped you to prepare for your interview. There
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  • Whenever any job seeker clicks on your advertisement to get information about the opportunity, it is possible to convert him into an applicant. In case if your job posting is not framed with essential details then the person will be naturally forced to press the back button. There are few specific formats of writing job postings and they must be framed well to grab the attention of job seekers so that you can find someone suitable. A job seeker must be able to understand your requirements, expectations, and skills from the job posting so that he can decide whether to apply or not.

    Some of the major requirements of an effective job posting are listed as below:

    1. Describing Position Perfectly:
    An effective description of job focuses on two major components: responsibilities of the job and some over view about the profile. This description must contain all the specific details that are easier to digest and job seeker can get major information related to the vacancy.

    2. Role summary:
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