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How to Answer Competency-Based Job Interview Questions

By The Betts Team / June 25, 2020
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We’ve all been there. You’re sitting across the table from a hiring manager, acing tons of job interview questions about your background and experience and the salary range you’re looking for. You think you’re killing it. Then the hiring manager drops a bomb and asks you to give a real-life example of how you handled…

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5 Musts for the Perfect Post-Interview Thank-You Note

By The Betts Team / May 4, 2020
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What are the 5 keys to writing the perfect post-interview thank you message? Read on and learn how to make a positive final impression.

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Must Have Skills for Your Resume

Must-Have Skills for Resume Builders

By The Betts Team / April 24, 2020
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Resumes are getting shorter while at the same time trying to convey more. The skills section of a resume is a prime example of this. While there are some essential skills for resume builders to include, you don’t have the space to rattle off anything and everything. Make sure your skill set list isn’t duplicitous,…

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How to Prepare for a Second Interview

How to Prepare for a Second Interview

By Melissa Hirsch / April 17, 2020
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You’ve made it past the first round and are now preparing for a second interview. Below, I’ve outlined 5 tips on how to prepare for a second round and how to move forward in the hiring process.

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Video Interview Prep

By Koka Sexton / April 17, 2020
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Jumping on a Zoom for your next interview? You should always treat your video interviews like a regular in-person interview and prepare accordingly. In truth, the only difference between and video and in-person interview is the prep. Below are three DO’s and three DON’Ts of video interview prep. Do’s: Focus your prep on the individual…

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How Self-Awareness Can Get You Hired Faster

By The Betts Team / April 9, 2020
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The most “self-aware” thing you can do in a job interview is to ask the hiring manager for live feedback. Two things happen when you ask, “do you have any hesitations moving forward with me?”: You can address concerns in real-time with a calm demeanor. You immediately show a level of self-awareness that’s super valuable…

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How to Prepare for an Interview Over the Phone

By The Betts Team / April 3, 2020
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 When having an interview over the phone, the process can seem dramatically different than an in-person interview. In reality, though, you should approach both the same. Preparing, dressing professionally, and making sure you close are guidelines for any time you speak to a hiring manager. Below are four steps to follow when prepping for an…

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Break Through the Phone Screen and Onto the In-Person Interview

Break Through the Phone Screen and Onto the In-Person Interview

By Koka Sexton / January 30, 2020
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They replied!   The company you applied to actually replied! They want to talk to YOU!   Now you have to make it through the phone interview… Ugh.   Don’t worry. Surprisingly, the phone interview should be the easy part. You’re in your element; you have all of your notes in front of you; and…

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best resume format sales jobs

Best Resume Format for Landing Your Dream Sales Position

By The Betts Team / December 17, 2019
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Writing a resume can be a daunting task. Boiling down your professional experience into one page is challenging. So is representing all the different skills you’ve learned from just one position. At Betts Recruiting, we work with a lot of talented professionals looking for sales positions on how to best present themselves in their search.…

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5 Hints for Perfecting Your Job Interview Body Language

By The Betts Team / July 30, 2019
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Hiring? Then you may have noticed something—attracting and hiring the right talent for your open roles may be more challenging than it was a few years ago. If this sounds familiar then don’t panic, you aren’t alone.

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How to Answer Competency-Based Job Interview Questions

June 25, 2020

We’ve all been there. You’re sitting across the table from a hiring manager, acing tons of job interview questions about your background and experience and the salary range you’re looking for. You think you’re killing it. Then the hiring manager drops a bomb and asks you to give a real-life example of how you handled…

Read More
5 Musts for the Perfect Post-Interview Thank-You note blog header

5 Musts for the Perfect Post-Interview Thank-You Note

May 4, 2020

What are the 5 keys to writing the perfect post-interview thank you message? Read on and learn how to make a positive final impression.

Read More
Must Have Skills for Your Resume

Must-Have Skills for Resume Builders

April 24, 2020

Resumes are getting shorter while at the same time trying to convey more. The skills section of a resume is a prime example of this. While there are some essential skills for resume builders to include, you don’t have the space to rattle off anything and everything. Make sure your skill set list isn’t duplicitous,…

Read More
How to Prepare for a Second Interview

How to Prepare for a Second Interview

April 17, 2020

You’ve made it past the first round and are now preparing for a second interview. Below, I’ve outlined 5 tips on how to prepare for a second round and how to move forward in the hiring process.

Read More

The Do’s and Don’ts of Video Interview Prep

April 17, 2020

Jumping on a Zoom for your next interview? You should always treat your video interviews like a regular in-person interview and prepare accordingly. In truth, the only difference between and video and in-person interview is the prep. Below are three DO’s and three DON’Ts of video interview prep. Do’s: Focus your prep on the individual…

Read More
Man and woman talking in office for self-awareness blog header

How Self-Awareness Can Get You Hired Faster

April 9, 2020

The most “self-aware” thing you can do in a job interview is to ask the hiring manager for live feedback. Two things happen when you ask, “do you have any hesitations moving forward with me?”: You can address concerns in real-time with a calm demeanor. You immediately show a level of self-awareness that’s super valuable…

Read More
Blog header - how to prepare for a phone interview

How to Prepare for an Interview Over the Phone

April 3, 2020

 When having an interview over the phone, the process can seem dramatically different than an in-person interview. In reality, though, you should approach both the same. Preparing, dressing professionally, and making sure you close are guidelines for any time you speak to a hiring manager. Below are four steps to follow when prepping for an…

Read More
Break Through the Phone Screen and Onto the In-Person Interview

Break Through the Phone Screen and Onto the In-Person Interview

January 30, 2020

They replied!   The company you applied to actually replied! They want to talk to YOU!   Now you have to make it through the phone interview… Ugh.   Don’t worry. Surprisingly, the phone interview should be the easy part. You’re in your element; you have all of your notes in front of you; and…

Read More
best resume format sales jobs

Best Resume Format for Landing Your Dream Sales Position

December 17, 2019

Writing a resume can be a daunting task. Boiling down your professional experience into one page is challenging. So is representing all the different skills you’ve learned from just one position. At Betts Recruiting, we work with a lot of talented professionals looking for sales positions on how to best present themselves in their search.…

Read More

5 Hints for Perfecting Your Job Interview Body Language

July 30, 2019

Hiring? Then you may have noticed something—attracting and hiring the right talent for your open roles may be more challenging than it was a few years ago. If this sounds familiar then don’t panic, you aren’t alone.

Read More