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Engineering Career and Job Hunting Advice for March 2017

Engineering Career and Job Hunting Advice for March 2017 - RF CafeThe vast majority of advice columns on job searches recommend strategies to job seekers while participating in an interview; however, "Choosing an Interview Style and Format," by Will Zimmerman of CareerCast, covers the other side of the interview. His article discusses ways you as an interviewer might consider to most effective tactic for grilling your unsuspecting interviewee. Other pieces address job hunters and those looking to get ahead in current positions. I try to weed out the ones written by people who do nothing but give regurgitated advice to others without actually having much experience themselves (author names get familiar after years of searching for this stuff). Having held many positions over my career, I have been subject to many different interview styles ranging from being deluged with system and circuit questions to being asked mostly about personal and behavioral characteristics.

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Posted March 21, 2017

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