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Massive Recruitment at Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS)

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Massive Recruitment Kenya Airports Authority Jobs May 2018

Massive Recruitment Kenya Airports Authority Jobs May 2018 Marketing Officer – Retail Job at Kenya Airports Authority JOB REF: MBD/MO2/MAY 2018 Job Purpose The job holder is responsible for identifying and administering non-aeronautical businesses in order to cater for the

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Top 5 Questions You Should Never Leave An Interview Without Asking An Interviewer

Top 5 Questions You Should Never Leave An Interview Without Asking An Interviewer An interview is supposed to act as an avenue to sell your skills and expertise to the hiring manager. It is also an avenue to ask relevant

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The Informational Interview: A Key Networking Event

The Informational Interview: A Key Networking Event The “informational interview” is an invaluable resource and a welcome addition to any job seeker’s toolkit. Any resourceful job-seeker will have relatively little trouble unearthing key information about target industries as well as specific

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13 Startup Founders Share: How to Nail Your Next Interview

13 Startup Founders Share: How to Nail Your Next Interview Interviewing is tough. When there are many qualified candidates, standing out in an interview becomes about more than just presenting your accomplishments—it’s also about showcasing yourself and your skills in a compelling, memorable

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3 Sneaky Mind Tricks That Will Help You Ace the Interview

3 Sneaky Mind Tricks That Will Help You Ace the Interview You’ve done all the interview prep you can: You’ve read through every single page of the company’s website, come up with a set of intelligent questions to ask your

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10 Types of Interviews (and How to Ace Them)

10 Types of Interviews (and How to Ace Them) Interviews come in all shapes and sizes: Sometimes you’re with one interviewer, others you’re with five. Maybe you’ll be asked to lunch, expected to solve a problem, or invited to a

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5 Ways to Figure Out What Interview Questions You’ll Be Asked

5 Ways to Figure Out What Interview Questions You’ll Be Asked It’s no secret that the best way to prepare for an interview is to practice answering questions aloud. Problem is, aside from a handful of illegal interview questions, the hiring manager can pretty much

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“What Time Should I Get to the Interview?” and 31 Other Job Interview Questions Answered

“What Time Should I Get to the Interview?” and 31 Other Job Interview Questions Answered Between the 20 or so of us, The Muse team has probably been on several hundred interviews in our day. (We know. We cringe thinking

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How to Answer the 31 Most Common Interview Questions

How to Answer the 31 Most Common Interview Questions   Wouldn’t it be great if you knew exactly what a hiring manager would be asking you in your next job interview? While we unfortunately can’t read minds, we’ll give you the

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6 Questions That Will Ease Your Mind Before the Interview

6 Questions That Will Ease Your Mind Before the Interview As you gear up for an interview, you’re likely agonizing over the questions you’ll be asked, the answers you’ll give, and how to make the best possible first impression. Most

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How to Ace a Job Interview

How to Ace a Job Interview Here’s what you need to know about what to wear, how to prepare and what to say in a job interview. When embarking on a job interview, job seekers have lots of questions: What

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8 Things You Should Never Do at a Job Interview

8 Things You Should Never Do at a Job Interview Don’t make these mistakes during your next interview. Recruiters and hiring managers have the power to eliminate even the most qualified candidates based on seemingly superficial behaviors during a job interview. When

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How to Shine a Spotlight on Your Soft Skills During Your Next Job Interview

As prospective employers see if your technical abilities are a match, they’re also sizing up your coveted soft skills. The more things change, the more they stay the same. As certain jobs become obsolete, while robots and artificial intelligence seize others,

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4 Things to Look for During the Job Interview

4 Things to Look for During the Job Interview The job interview is your chance to evaluate the opportunity. When the interviewer is telling you about the job requirements, listen for the opportunity to ask follow-up questions. (Getty Images) Are you

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Interview Basics: The Twelve Commandments

Interview Basics: The Twelve Commandments Twelve key points to bear in mind in order to transform your hard-won job interview to a lucrative offer. Below are twelve key points to bear in mind in order to transform your hard-won job

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How to answer salary questions in interview?

How to answer salary questions in interview?   In answering a question about your salary expectation, don’t make an irreversible mistake by quoting a number without knowing what the interviewer has in mind. “What is your salary expectation?” Although a great opportunity

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The Do’s And Don’ts of Salary Negotiation

The Do’s And Don’ts of Salary Negotiation Salary negotiation is a tough art; if you master it you can get a sneak peek into what your employer’s “reservation price” is and use it to your advantage. The career experts at

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The Thank You Letter

The Thank You Letter The interviewe went well, but don’t forget the follow up! Some tips on writing thank you letters that show you are courteous, professional and well-suited for the job. The job interview went well and now the ball is entirely

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Tough Interview Questions:- How to Survive the Last Mile

Tough Interview Questions:- How to Survive the Last Mile Tips to survive some tough interview tactics in style You read the books, did your research, knew what to expect and impressed the HR recruiters and line managers equally. So much

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The Cover Letter

The Cover Letter Your cover letter personalizes your CV and summarizes who you are, what you are interested in and why you are very suitable for the job. No CV should leave without one! A cover letter introduces you to a potential

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What Happens After Your Job Interview?

What Happens After Your Job Interview? Job interview Preparation? Done and over with! Is now the time to sit around and wait for the interviewer to contact you? Or should you jump right ahead and bombard him with phone calls,

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Questions to Ask the Interviewer

Questions to Ask the Interviewer A job interview isn’t a one-way street. The most successful interviewees realize it is an intelligent conversation, a mutual give-and-take that should result in both parties communicating their relevant agenda and understanding the other better.

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How to Avoid Interview Stress

How to Avoid Interview Stress Do you experience severe interview stress? This article is for you. The interviewer is buttoned-up, formal and not smiling as warmly as you would have liked. The interview chair is hard and unwelcoming, your palms

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Five Reasons Candidates Fail to Impress in Interviews

Five Reasons Candidates Fail to Impress in Interviews So what is it that differentiates some candidates from others when final shortlists are so competitive? The answer to some extent lies in the interview stage. Here are some key findings from

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5 Answers from 5 Real People on Why You Keep Getting Rejected From Jobs

5 Answers from 5 Real People on Why You Keep Getting Rejected From Jobs Ever since we launched our new Discussions platform, questions have been pouring in. People want to know how to get a job, how they can be more productive,

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The most difficult interview questions and answers

The most difficult interview questions and answers You reworked your resume, perfected your cover letter and landed the big interview. But walking through the door is only the beginning — especially if the interviewer throws some hard-hitting questions your way

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5 Tricks to Use When You’re Stuck on an Interview Question

5 Tricks to Use When You’re Stuck on an Interview Question If you had to put together a list of uncomfortable interview situations, this would probably rank near the top, if not at the top itself. Sure, showing up to

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How to Research a Company Before Your Job Interview

How to Research a Company Before Your Job Interview Ladies and gentlemen, a round of applause, please! You have completed the first round of screening and landed yourself a first interview. After giving yourself a little cheer and a pat

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“Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years?”

“Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years?” When a hiring manager asks you this, there may be a few things running through your brain. “Moving (way) up the ranks,” “running this place,” “working for myself,” or “in your job,”

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