This was one of my first blog posts ever. As we approach the new year, I will be sharing my favorite posts from when I started on into the present. However, when 2013 arrives, I’ll be sharing all NEW posts. I hope you enjoy these oldies, but goodies, and you should feel free to peruse the site at your leisure.


     I loathe job interviews, mainly because of the useless, irrelevant  questions asked during these interviews.  What do hiring managers really hope to accomplish by asking canned questions about our work history and future career goals?  It all seems pointless, considering numerous underqualified and mentally unstable candidates (hence the term “going postal”) are being hired each day simply because they are good at interviewing, and most likely embellished their resumes to appear more competent. 

     Honestly, I think the only useful questions asked during  interviews are the situational ones where you are presented with different scenarios and asked how you would react if put in that position.  They go a little like this: “It’s midnight.  You and your team just put the finishing touches on a project you’ve been working on for the past 5 weeks, when suddenly your co-worker, Sally, announces that she forgot to save an extremely important document before her computer crashed.  What do you do?” Surely, you won’t tell the interviewer what…

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  1. when doing job interviews, you should always project great self-confidence.;

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