What, No job offer after the interview?

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(This summary comes from “CareerBuilder’s” Susan Ricker. Full story in Courier-Post on Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015.)

     Getting called in for an interview is a positive sign — it usually means that your resume’, cover letter and reputation made a good impression on the hiring manager and he/she would like to have a more in-depth conversation with you about your experience.

     However, if you are getting a lot of interviews, but no job offers, there are some red flags to watch for. Here are some questions to ask yourself to ensure your next interview is a success.

1. Do your application materials match your personality?

2. Did you prepare well enough for the interview? (Check out No. 23 on http://larrylitwin.com/handouts.html.)

3. Is your body language (facial coding — See Larry’s The ABCs of Strategic Communication) sending the wrong message?

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