All posts by Biron Clark

How to ask salary range before interview

How to Ask Salary Range Before an Interview

Asking the salary range before an interview is tricky but it can be done! And if you follow the steps that I’m going to share, you won’t risk losing out on the job opportunity when you ask companies about salary. The info I’m going to share with you is based on years of working as […]

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Job performance goal examples for employees in leadership, sales, and more

Job Performance Goals Examples

Setting the right performance goals can help you work better and boost professional development. But how do you set good, effective performance goals and work objectives? Coming up, we’ll look at examples of job performance goals for employees in various industries, and how to approach goal-setting for best results. Setting Work Performance Goals: 16 Examples […]

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Why can't I save money - best ways to save money fast

Why Can’t I Save Money? 15 Ways to Save Money Fast

If you feel like you can’t save any money, or if you want tips and tactics to start saving money faster, then this article is for you. We’re going to look at the best ways to save money FAST each month, plus a few key money-saving mistakes to avoid. Let’s get started… Why Can’t I […]

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How does LinkedIn work for job seekers

How Does LinkedIn Work for Job Seekers?

LinkedIn is a powerful job search tool that works well for job seekers if used correctly. Almost every hiring manager and recruiter uses LinkedIn, so it makes sense that you should be there, too, if you want a new job. However, LinkedIn is only effective if you’ve completed your LinkedIn profile and are active on […]

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Business email closing examples - how to end an email

21 Business Email Closing Examples

If you’re looking for how to end a professional email, then this article is for you. I’m going to give you 21 examples of closing remarks you can use to end your email message with good email etiquette. We’ll look at how to decide which email sign-off is best for your situation, since some email […]

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Catch-22 Job Experience: How to Find an Entry Level Position

Job Experience Catch-22: How to Get an Entry-Level Role

The catch-22 that entry-level job seekers face: How are you supposed to get experience if every job requires experience? When companies want you to have relevant experience and skills before joining them, how are you expected to enter the job market to start gaining these skills? As a former recruiter, I’m going to share the […]

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How do you define success interview question

How Do You Define Success? Interview Answers

There are a few reasons that a hiring manager will ask an interview question like, “How do you define success?” They’re testing your work ethic, attitude, and more… and the wrong answer could cost you the position. Coming up, I’ll share how to define success in your job interviews with word-for-word example answers, mistakes to […]

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Government job interview questions and answers

17 Government Interview Questions

In this article, we’re going to cover the top 17 questions asked in government job interviews. We’ll look at how to answer in the way that government agencies want and mistakes to avoid in your government interviews. Keep reading for the most common government interview questions asked by various federal agencies. 1. Why do you […]

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What do you dislike about your job - example answers

What Do You Dislike About Your Job? (Examples)

If you’re interviewing while you have a job, you can expect employers to ask, “What do you dislike about your current job?” And if you’ve already left, they may ask, “What did you dislike about your previous position?” There are a couple of key pitfalls to avoid in your answer, and there’s a certain way […]

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Tell us about a time when you found it to work with someone

Tell Us About a Time When You Found it Difficult to Work With Someone

In your job interviews, you’re likely to be asked about a time when you found it difficult to work with someone. Coming up, I’ll share exactly how to answer this question in your next interview, with sample answers… I’ll also share a critical mistake you should avoid when answering because it can cost you job […]

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Sample follow up emails after job application

Sample Follow-Up Emails After Job Application

As a former recruiter, I’m going to share the best follow-up emails after a job application. I’ll also share how long after submitting your resume to follow up… and key mistakes to avoid (including one that will cost you the job opportunity). Here’s everything you need to do when following up on job applications… How […]

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The best colors for a resume

The 3 Best Colors for a Resume

The best colors for a resume are black, white, and blue. Blue is commonly used in workplaces and is associated with professionalism and trust. Many large websites, from Facebook to LinkedIn to Twitter, use blue as their main accent color. Blue also gives the reader a feeling of calmness and serenity. If you’re looking for […]

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