Video Resumes

What Next? Don’t Fear Asking For The Next Steps

The interviewer may be smiling at you and you mirror the movement. The process went well and you’re curious as to when the decision will be made. Stop waiting and instead ask! Don’t let your interviewer turn off the camera before you have a chance to know what to expect. Forbes suggests inquiring Read more [...]

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Expressing Your Flexibility

If you have a vacation coming up, it’s probably wise not to start job hunting. While many employers are willing to allow your previous planned vacations, it can start the relationship on a bad foot. Enjoy your vacation time and be prepared to provide your interviewer 100 percent commitment of the Read more [...]

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The Last Laugh During an Interview

Are you a nervous giggler? Or do you just enjoy relaying stories that even make you laugh? Save these moments for outside of the interview, suggests HR professional Alison Doyle of About.com. Laughing may be completed by the interviewer and you as the candidate can join is. Avoid rambunctious laughter Read more [...]

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Deliver Your Best 60 Seconds

When competing in a market where hundreds apply for one position, you are presented with a 60 second opportunity to make a splash. Certainly, your video resume will be longer, but the first 60 seconds are the most imperative. Over 54 percent of employers have adopted video resume technology reports US Read more [...]

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The Positive Flow of Former Employers

Your webcam is on and you are ready to relay a powerful video interview. Your hair is neatly combed, your clothes are pressed and clean. You feel confident and ready to take on the world. You might start with your objective and what makes you a powerful candidate for the job. The next item is moving Read more [...]

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The Review Of Bow Ties For A Video Interview

Bow ties can be a major distraction at an interview and detract from your intentions, states the Houston Chronicle. The bow tie is extremely fashion forward and takes a confident man to wear it properly. The Joel Franklin Company suggests determining the avenue of job employment. If the job is Read more [...]

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Um, Like And What Else Not To Utter On Video

Nerves are expected when creating a video for a potential employer or simply preparing for a video interview. There are items you may have covered which include the lighting, background, voice and corrected the camera blur vision. The important facet not to miss is speech. Public Speaker states that Read more [...]

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Barney Stinson’s Video Resume

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Are Video Resumes Legal? (VIDEO)

Some job seekers and even employers fear that incorporating video in the job search could lead to discrimination lawsuits. This video will not only dispel this argument but provide legal proof that video resumes are indeed legal. Read more [...]

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Do Employers Want Video Resumes? Pros and Cons (VIDEO)

Do employers want video resumes? Here are the pros and cons for why an employer should want to watch video resumes.

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