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    How to overcome awkward silence in an interview

    We've all been there: You're in an interview and everything is seemingly going well. Then, suddenly, the conversation hits a lull. Do you speak first to fill the awkward-feeling silence? Do you wait for your interviewer to lead the way? What body language do you express?

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    3 tips for answering behavioral interview questions

    Behavioral interview questions can make anyone sweat during a job interview. But it's possible to avoid getting caught off guard - here's how to handle them the next time you're trying to make a good impression on a recruiter. Alison Green, author of the Ask a Manager blog, demonstrates how to do this in U.S.

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    West Allis Hobby Lobby set to open January of 2019

    WEST ALLIS (CBS 58) -- The West Allis Hobby Lobby is set to open in January of 2019.The new 49,000 square-foot building, formerly occupied by Kmart, will be located at 70th and Greenfield.The location will br

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    How to tell a recruiter why you left your last position

    It's almost impossible to make it through a job interview without being asked why you left your last position. Just don't stop in your tracks when it happens to you - here's how to handle the situation the right way, instead of visibly clamming up.

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    Give your communication style a reality check

    Self-Assessment Quiz - TRUE or FALSE: I think I'm a good listener at work, and that's really the only skill I need to work well with my co-workers. I feel like my co-workers don't know how to relate to me, and it makes me enjoy my job less and less.

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    Study: We underestimate the power of a thank-you note

    After that great interview, we may go home and think vaguely about following up with a thank-you message. But then our fears get in the way. 'Would that be too excessive? Would they even care?' we worry, psyching ourselves out from following through on the plan.

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    Study: We underestimate the power of a thank-you note

    After that great interview, we may go home and think vaguely about following up with a thank-you message. But then our fears get in the way. 'Would that be too excessive? Would they even care?' we worry, psyching ourselves out from following through on the plan.

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    How to turn negative qualities into positives during an interview

    It's the interview question everyone dreads: What are your weaknesses? It's a tough one to answer well. You don't want to point out flaws that could prevent you from getting the job, but you don't want to give a generic response. You also can't avoid answering the question altogether, as much as you'd like to.

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    Confidence in the workplace: Examining the 'confidence gap'

    We are conditioned to admire those who are seemingly self-assured. We are encouraged to share our views. We are often told to have more confidence in ourselves and taught to believe that if we act with determination and authority, we will be more successful in our endeavors.

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    This Simple 5 Minute Trick Will Teach You How to Stop Procrastinating

    We've all been there: There's a super-important task that you know you need to start working on. It's just sitting there, staring you straight in the face. But you just can' t start now. You know how much time it will take to make any significant process--and it's much more time than you've got.

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