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What are Soft Skills, and How Can They Help You?

Hiring managers tend to make decisions based on certain information, or categories of information. One of those categories, hard skills, can be described as the technical information/abilities needed to perform a job. These are usually gained through  training programs, certifications, on-the-job training and work experience.

In addition to hard skills, employers want to know about your soft skills. These can be shown on the job, or in your recommendations from co-workers, peers, supervisors, etc. and listed on your resume.

9 of the Worst Job Interviews - Directly from Business Owners Themselves

We’ve had some very odd experiences while interviewing people for our open jobs, so we decided to ask a few of our recruiter and business owner friends about their experiences. Below you'll find some of their answers. Make sure you don't make these same mistakes!

1.)    Brought Mom into the Interview

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Why Can’t I Find a Job?

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 10/31/2017 - 19:03

Recruiters want to hire people – that’s their job, after all. But they have a responsibility to hire the person that best fits the job.

Your goal is to show them that you are that person. If you keep going on interviews (either on the phone, or in person) and arean't getting the job, here are some mistakes you may be making:

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