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Don’t Leave A Job Interview Without Knowing These 3 Things

Caroline Ceniza-Levine
February 15 2011


A job interview is a two-way street. Employers are checking you out, and you hope they pick you. But you are also checking them out, and you want your next move to be the best one for both of you. So don’t just answer the questions they happen to ask. Here are 3 key items you absolutely need to know:

 

What is their process and timetable? You need to follow up in an appropriate way so you...

 
 
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In the job search, what you see is not always what you get

Caroline Ceniza-Levine
September 14 2008


Check out my latest column in Conde Nast's Portfolio.com and you will see what I mean when I say what you see isn't what you get:

http://www.portfolio.com/interactive-features/2008/09/Classified-Information

While the above relates specifically to job descriptions, there are numerous points in a job search where you might intrepret something very differently from the original intent. Another example? The interview. When an employer says, "Tell me about your biggest weakness", they don't...
 
 
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Caroline's Story

Caroline Ceniza-Levine
August 29 2006


I was born and raised in Manhattan -- I don't even have a driver's license! I married my highschool sweetheart and have two daughters, ages 12 and 7. I am Filipina-American. I graduated Barnard College with a double major in music and economics. I am a classically trained pianist who now expresses my artistic side with acting, cabaret and improv. I am a former recruiter (Time...