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EmploymentCrossing’s Top 10 Most Popular Job Seeker Articles of 2020

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Summary: EmploymentCrossing’s Top 10 Most Popular Job Seeker Articles of 2020.

EmploymentCrossing’s Top 10 Most Popular Job Seeker Articles of 2020
 
  1. What Is the Best Answer to Why Should We Select You?

Being interviewed for employment is often very nerve wracking for those being interviewed. Often, questions are asked which employers expect a certain answer to, and people aren’t prepared well to answer, or give an answer the employer is not looking for. We asked employers and employees what the best answer was that they would give to the question “Why should we select you?” in an interview. What answer would you give? Here are the thoughts and actual answers from several people who we reached out to.
 
  1. Sending Emails the Workplace Way: Do's and Don'ts for Communication
Before you press ''send,'' keep these do’s and don’ts for sending work emails in mind. Many offices have strict policies about sending personal (i.e., non-work-related email) from work, and also have guidelines about email content itself. Remember, it’s perfectly legal for your company to monitor (e.g., read) your work email and IM content and tell you exactly how and how not to use your (work-provided) computer, so make sure you’re aware of these rules when it comes to work emails.


 
  1. Advantages and Disadvantages of Big Companies vs. Small Companies
A mid-career changer who has worked for government or a large corporation has worked in a completely different environment from that of someone who has spent his working life in small business. Let us highlight some of the major differences between them so you can judge for yourself if the solution to your career problems should include a move from one to the other.
 
  1. Sample Follow-Up Letter after a Phone Call
You've networked successfully. Everything is going on like a dream. The feedback was encouraging and heartening. But you still haven't sent that interview follow-up letter. That's employment sacrilege. Send it pronto. Here's a sample letter to help you save time and prevent further delay.
 
  1. 5 Signs You Are in a Fake Job Interview
Most could not imagine that companies conduct interviews for nonexistent jobs, but they do. One employer admitted to interviewing candidates a few times each year for nonexistent jobs so they could get ideas from them. Employers are seeking free advice and ideas from candidates that are completely unaware that their time is being wasted. Don't let yourself be one of these poor unsuspecting job seekers. Here are the 5 signs you should look out for that indicate it is an interview for a nonexistent position.
 
  1. The Closed-Ended Questions during an Interview
Closed-ended questions are much more directive and demanding. They discount your opinion and ask for specific facts. You cannot claim uncertainty or an unclear recollection. In short, you must be reasonably straightforward. But that does not mean you have to trap yourself. Even though you will not come across these often, you do need to be prepared. The 10 closed-ended questions that follow include answers that you can tailor to your own needs.
 
  1. How to Include Special Projects, Activities and Awards to Strengthen Your Resume
A special projects section can be especially effective for a person with valuable experience which did not occur on a job. Career changers, recent college graduates, and women reentering the work force can benefit from including a special projects section. Use these examples as guides to determine whether a special projects section will strengthen your resume.
 
  1. Sales and Marketing Department in Hotel Business
The sales and marketing department is generally composed of a director of marketing and a director of sales (or one person with both titles) who, in turn, manage a team of sales managers. In many hotels, entry-level sales positions are titled account executives or sales associates. Another entry point may be as a sales and marketing assistant or researcher. Sales and marketing tends to hold a "glitz and glamour" image and, therefore, competition for entry-level positions is keen.
 
  1. Importance of Police Officers, Law Enforcement Officers, Detectives and Special Agents
Police officers, detectives, and special agents are responsible for enforcing statutes, laws, and regulations designed to protect life and property. Police, detectives, and special agents maintain law and order. Workers in related occupations include correctional officers, guards, fire marshals, and inspectors. All law enforcement officers are required to file reports of their activities, often involving long hours of paperwork.
 
  1. The Pros and Cons of Telling Off Your Boss
Getting even by quitting and telling your boss off is a dangerous tactic that's discouraged under all circumstances. Only consider this tactic if there is no threat of reprisal. Most of the people I spoke with who told off their bosses now regret it and admit it was an impulsive decision made without considering the repercussions. Ask yourself what damage will be incurred by telling off your boss. What will happen to your career, reputation, and credibility?
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