Create your own job

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Why wait around for someone to offer you a job? Why not create your own? It can happen and does every day--if you’re paying attention and you seize just the right moment and take just the right steps. Thousands of other workers have done it. Here’s how you can too.

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No, I'm not telling you how much money I want.

Plus, Bonus Advice on: No, I’m not telling you how much money I make now, either.

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Yes, many, if not most interviewers will do what they can to find out what kind of money you want in your next position. No it's not relevant. But they ask anyway. And if you blab, it will drastically lower your ability to negotiate later. It can lock you into whatever you say. I see it happen every day. You may also eliminate yourself from the running if the interviewer thinks youʼre too cheap or too expensive.

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How to turn around interviews gone bad: What to say that will make you look good

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What do you do when the interview doesn’t go so swell? When your interviewer is just plain bad or doesn’t give you a chance to shine? What if you feel you’ve been dismissed because of age or qualifications? Not all is lost if you know how to turn these delicate moments around. Here’s how to subtly influence the conversation. Here’s what you can say that helps them see you’re just what they’re looking for.

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Never say this. Always do this instead.

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Job hunters can be so stubborn. They complain that “I canʼt get offers” while insisting on doing things over and over in job interviews that make potential employers eager to lead them to the nearest exit. Just what do so many job hunters say that turns employers’ bright and hopeful eyes into bleary-eyed orbs? Let me name a few phrases. First, there’s...

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How to answer the question: Why'd you leave your job?

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Job hunters have always fretted over how to handle this interview question: Why did you leave your last position? Today, even though we all know someone who has lost their job due to the recession or another reason and there's a perfectly understandable rationale, job hunters are just as worried about how to respond to this question. Here’s how.

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Garlic & 8 other things to avoid when interviewing.

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Never get called back for second interviews--let alone job offers? You could be doing one or more of these eight no-no's. Learn where even the best job candidates blow it and get advice, tips and solutions on the smart things to do instead.

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A long, short and even shorter way to talk about yourself in Interviews & Networking.

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When Kate Winslet accepted her Academy Award for best actress in 2009 she said, “I'd be lying if I said I hadn't made a version of this speech before. I think I was probably eight years old and staring into the bathroom mirror. And this would be a shampoo bottle,” she said, referring to the Oscar in hand. If job hunting, that's precisely what you need: a well-crafted spiel you've been practicing for your audience. Here’s how to create that.

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6 things you must tell employers to compete in this weird economic time.

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Almost every worker I talk to whoʼs thinking about or is in the middle of a job hunt is doing two things: Updating their resume and talking to recruiters. Thatʼs not enough. If you want to be prepared in case you lose your job or youʼre already job hunting, you must do much more to compete with all the other qualified folks. You have to figure out why you matter in concrete, precise ways. And you have to think like your potential boss or owner of the company. Hereʼs how to do it.

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