Posts Tagged ‘interview tips’

5 Interview Behaviors That Could Ruin Your Job Chances

In my last post, I wrote about trainer resumes, and some things that I look for as a hiring manager when I am reviewing prospective candidates on paper. In the highly competitive trainer job market, a great resume stands out and will definitely help you get a foot in the door. But the next step […]

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8 Awesome Interview Prep Tips to Land Your Next Job

How do you separate yourself from the pack when interviewing for your next healthcare IT consulting assignment? To quote NFL quarterback Russell Wilson, “the separation is in the preparation.” If you’re a veteran consultant, you may not feel like you need to prepare for job interviews. But in our experience, interview prep is an important […]

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5 Tips for Navigating a Group Interview

One-on-one interviews can be scary enough, but interviewing with a group seated across the table from you brings up thoughts of police department interrogations on TV crime dramas. Forget the single lightbulb overhead in the stark white room; in reality, group interviews are efficient opportunities for multiple, varied employee stakeholders to ask questions about and […]

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5 Characteristics of Great Health IT Consultants

With more than half of IT employers adding temporary or contract workers this year and the ICD-10 deadline looming, the competition to find great health IT consultants is fierce. It makes sense, as health IT consultants must have specialized skills, a thorough understanding of what it takes to work in a hospital setting and knowledge […]

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Interviewing 101: What to Do During the Interview

So you've set up an interview time, marked the date in your calendar and prepped for the interview. Now how do you do your best during the actual interview? The tips below from  Stanford University on what to do during the interview are the second part in our series on Interviewing 101. First impressions matter. […]

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Interviewing 101: What to Do Before the Interview

Whether you’re going on your first interview or your fiftieth, you’ll need to prepare for the interview to feel your most confident. After all, Interviewing is a skill that’s improved and possibly even mastered by practicing. Prep for your next interview with these tips on what to do before the interview from Stanford University on […]

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The 10 Weirdest Interview Questions of 2015

Just when job candidates are prepared for interviews, here come the interview zingers - curve ball questions that throw you off your normal interview trajectory and make you say, "Wait, what?" Most of the time, oddball interview questions aren't meant to derail you; they're intended to make you think creatively or to capture some aspect of your personality, […]

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