Have you ever wondered about how you communicate with others?

How you interact with others plays a major role in both your career and life in general.

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Job review website Glassdoor recently released its "Best Places To Work 2021" lists.

These lists can be a good resource to job seekers putting together their job interview bucket list, and there are some interesting things that can be learned from them.

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So, you've gotten through the hurdle of securing an employer's interest with your resume, but now the real challenge begins—the job interview.

While an interview is no guarantee you'll get a job offer, your chances at it are much improved if you properly prepare for it well ahead of time. Here is some information you should have on hand before your interview to create the best possible impression.

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Doing well in an interview is the result of many things, ranging from the first impressions you make with your physical appearance (body language) to how well you communicate and respond to the interview questions.

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In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic greatly disrupted the economy and resulted in layoffs at multiple businesses.

It also served as a reminder to professionals that your employment status can change in an instant.

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A key component of a successful job search means getting the word out that you're looking for new opportunities. But when you're still employed, it's wise to take a more discreet approach.

This is particularly true for LinkedIn, where there are many contacts and connections happening on a daily basis and any small peep out of your account about a job search will likely get spread to your co-workers and your boss.

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“Do you have any questions for me?" This is typically the final question you will be asked in a job interview.

Ask the wrong questions and you might look like a bad fit. Ask no questions and you might look indifferent, inexperienced, or uneducated about the position.

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One of the most common reasons candidates get rejected after a job interview is that they don't provide enough relevant, tangible examples of what they've done in their current/previous job that would be relevant to the position they are seeking.

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