Say the words job interview and most people are intimidated enough. Yet now there is a new variable to add to the mix for your interview preparation. Because of the sheer number of applicants these days coupled with the high cost of travel, more and more recruiters and companies are using webcams to conduct video interviews with job candidates. This can be new and uncharted territory for many (I know it would be for me!). So, how do you set yourself up to succeed in this new world of Job Interview 2.0?
It's pretty safe to say I spend 12 hours or so a day on my Mac — or a Mac. So I thought I'd document, if not the what of the check I'm doing, then the how. Here they are. I tried to break them down by category, because nobody can really use a laundry list of 20 or 50 or 100 things presented in a blog post, just laid out there as if it were helpful.
Excuse me for a side rant:
Lenore Skenazy has been stirring up the parenting world with her book Free-Range Kids and blog of the same name for quite a while, now -- I first wrote about her about eighteen months ago, when she allowed her nine-year-old to ride the subway alone.
Reposted from http://www.sarahjoyalbrecht.com
This is a response to my friend Tara’s recent post on her blog, Considerable Grace. (Click here to read.)
I started to reply in the comments, but I realized it was a post in-and-of-itself
The question was,
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