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Employer Interviews

7 Tips On How To Succeed In An Online Job Interview

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Debbie lives in Seattle, where she is a 56-year-old Marketing Manager. She just called seeking some Interview Coaching because T Mobile had changed her in-person interview to an online one. She started out saying, “I really want this job. I’ve …

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4 Mistakes To Avoid In A Job Interview

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No matter how qualified or talented you are, there are a few mistakes you can make in a job interview that will reduce your chances of getting a job offer.

Making a less than stellar first impression

Your job interview …

By Laura Garza
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Employers: Here Are 3 Reasons Why Candidates Are Ghosting You


Professional ghosting isn’t a new phenomenon. In fact, employers have been ghosting candidates for decades, long before the term “ghosting” originated. Job seekers can attest to being on the receiving end of forgotten follow-ups or not getting closure to an …

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How Job Seekers Can Ask For And Get Proper Feedback On Their Applications


Many job seekers never get proper feedback on their applications. That usually means that going forward, they submit an application that has the same weaknesses it did when previous jobs rejected them.
A lot of the HR professionals that deal …

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Of Course You Should Have A Portfolio At The Interview — Or Should You?


It’s conventional wisdom that you should have a portfolio to show off at interviews. Portfolios give visual credence to what you say you can do and make you memorable among the jumble of candidates.
This could be something like a …

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Laura Garza Career Coach Laura Garza
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Lessons From The Women in STEM: “There is currently a disparity in the transition of women STEM graduates to becoming STEM professors” With Arianne Hunter, Ph.D & Penny Bauder

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As seen on Thrive Global, September 10, 2019.

As a part of my series featuring accomplished women in STEM, I had the pleasure of interviewing Arianne Hunter, Ph.D. Arianne is a Forensic Chemist at U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Laboratory. She …

By Laura Garza
Laura Garza Career Coach Laura Garza
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(940) 565-2105

Sage Hall, Suite 202
1167 Union Circle
Denton, TX 76203

Career Service Hours

  Regular Hours Quick Chats
M 8:00am – 5:00pm 10:00am-Noon
T 8:00am – 5:00pm 1:00pm-3:00pm
W 8:00am – 5:00pm 10:00am-Noon
TH 8:00am – 5:00pm 1:00pm-3:00pm
F 8:00am – 5:00pm 10:00am-Noon

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