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    What Not to Say During an Interview

    What Not to Say During an Interview
    The truth is most people sabotage their own interviews. Instead of putting their best foot forward, they put off the interviewer by acting cocky, unsure of their talent, having bad manners, or by simply acting weird. ArtBistro has interviewed several recruitment experts to bring you unbelievable true stories of what actually happens behind interview doors. If you want to land that ...
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    How To Make Your Interviewer Fall in Love

    How To Make Your Interviewer Fall in Love
    In this economy, finding desirable creative job right now is hard. The competition is tough. If you have passed through the first round and landed an interview, congratulate yourself! You're one step closer to getting a dream job in an industry you're lucky to call home. Now, making sure you present yourself the best light is the single most important thing, ...
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    6 Answers Interviewers Need, to Hire You

    6 Answers Interviewers Need, to Hire You
    From Monster.com During the typical job interview, you'll be asked a lot of questions. But do you really understand what the interviewer needs to know? "Most students have no idea why a recruiter asks a particular question," says Brad Karsh, a former recruiting professional for advertising giant Leo Burnett and current president of career consulting firm Job Bound. "They tend to ...
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    Post-Interview Thank-You Letter Examples

    Post-Interview Thank-You Letter Examples
    From Monster.com After a promising job interview, follow-up is essential. That's why it pays to send a great thank-you note to your interviewer. View a sample post-interview thank-you note here (PDF format). Present yourself in the best light.Monster’s resume and cover letter writing service can help. div.custom_widget {border:0px;} [widget:related_reads__creative_resume_help]
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    Example Post Phone Interview Follow-Up Letter

    Example Post Phone Interview Follow-Up Letter
    What do you do after you've had a successful networking or introductory call? Sending a good letter can't hurt. View our sample follow-up letter here (PDF format). From Monster.com div.custom_widget {border:0px;} [widget:related_reads_interviews_1]
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    Did Your Art/Design Interview Go Wrong?

    Did Your Art/Design Interview Go Wrong?
    From Monster.com You know the feeling: That moment in the interview when you realize the opportunity has passed you by. Or perhaps you think you're interviewing well, but you aren't getting any results. You need to figure out what you are doing wrong and fix it ASAP. But where do you start? Third-party headhunters and recruitment agencies often provide invaluable feedback ...
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    Successfully Close Your Design Interview

    Successfully Close Your Design Interview
    From Monster.com "So, when do I start?" A question like that is about as aggressive as you can get at the close of the interview. It may knock the interviewer for a loop and appear to be overly aggressive, but some people think of it as closing the sale. For some people it has worked. For others this approach may not ...
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    Interview Tips for Landing a Creative Job

    Interview Tips for Landing a Creative Job
    Dan Garriott chuckles as he recounts the time he met a man who has since become a good friend, and they got to talking about their vocations. He's a big-time tech recruiter, says Garriot. I met him at a party, and he introduced himself as a ‘flesh merchant.' But Garriott, who eight months ago founded Right Brain Resource, a small creative-staffing ...
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    Informational Interview Tips for Creatives

    Informational Interview Tips for Creatives
    From Monster.com Informational interviewing is a largely overlooked process, because it is misunderstood. In an informational interview, you are seeking leads and information regarding an industry, a creative career path or an employer by talking to people you know or who have been referred to you. But before you run out and begin informational interviewing, you have to do your homework. ...
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