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From an HR professional perspective I’d want you to have several examples to help me see how you dealt with change, financial constraint, department conflict. You know those behavioural questions everyone hates? Here is how to prepare. Recall several complex situations that may cover several que...

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You're definitely not alone with this feeling and it's very common amoung millennials because we were taught to figure everything out ourselves with the Internet- what we didn't know we were expected to look up. Admitting we truly didn't have the skill associated with the job would conjure up fee...

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Catch 22? Not at all...You need to project your weakness ( according to you) as a strength. Be open and bold about your online business. It is work experience and not a career break! You take that experience to the companies who are in the same line of business and you are very exciting for them....

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Depends on how you plan to get hired. If you go the traditional route, which I say is akin to using stones and clubs in today's era, then you want your resume littered with keywords the HR departments of the large companies you're targeting are looking for. If you want to do something that will...

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I love this question! Thank you for asking it. If you don't mind, once you finish I would love to know more about your startups and what led you ask this question. No judging, but everything is a learning opportunity - I guess, hence we're both here. My name is Humberto, although I now run a h...

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As a certified career coach/ professional resume writer and a former Recruiter, I am often asked this question “ I have a great resume, I believe that I’m qualified and a good fit for all these open positions” despite the fact, I have submitted hundreds of applications, I’m not generating any in...

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A bird in hand is worth two in the bush. But, you're trying to hold the entire bush, keeping birds inside. You want a job, want to work inside the incubator, but don't want to work for startup. I'd advise you to listen to the CEO and try to understand his perspective and preference. But, don't ...

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Realize you're trying to make a sale here. Meaning that your first job is to Stand Out. If you don't stand out, you don't sell. Every competitor of yours has a portfolio. It sure helps if you have several prospects, but even if you only have one that's OK. I once had a company create a custom...

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Hi! I'll start by saying that this is a tough one. I personally employ several sales reps, some 100% commish while others take te bigger of two: commissions for that period or a predetermined hourly rate (if they feel they won't do as good that week) With that said, these type of jobs tend to p...

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While job boards can be a beneficial resource, if you are looking for individuals with experience and a high rate of success your best bet to fill positions will be via networking. High level sales reps are in constant demand across all industries which means they are being fished rather than doi...

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