This Is How to Get Your Next Job: An Inside Look at What Employers Really Want

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Index
accomplishments
summarizing, 130–131
tracking, 214–216
Accountemps, 24
actions, 33
after interview, 103–107
clueless and unprepared, 66–76
employer evaluation of, 17–18
aggressiveness, 123
Allen, Charles, 199
Alpert, Jonathan, 95
Annan, Kofi, 238
Appearance
details, 196–197
jewelry and makeup, 193–194
nose and tongue rings, 185–186
see also clothes
Arnold, Eve, 232
assessment tests, 10
attention from others, 205–207
attitude, vs. experience, 97–98
Auburn University, 119
audience
employer as, 125–126
self as first, 229
auto industry, 31
background, lack of, 16
Baldridge, Ginny, 189
Barresi, Hector, 26
Basso, Rob, 13, 16, 78, 80, 102, 105, 135, 138, 195
beachwear, 189
beer, at dinner interview, 12
behavior, 7, 11–16
Beilock, Sian, 81–82
Choke, 59
Benatar, Darrell, 23, 90
benefits, discussing in interview, 138– 144
Bersin & Associates Talent Acquisition Factbook 2011, 37–38
blending careers, 208–209
blouses, 186–187
bosses, avoiding negative comments, 133–138
Bradt, George, 68, 159
Bridges, Chantay, 186, 192
Brown, Bobbi, 111
Buffett, Warren, 61–62
buzzwords, 172–175
Canfield, Krista, 230
career, 13
career planning, 216–218
CareerBuilder survey, 118
Carnegie, Dale, How to Make Our Listeners Like Us, 157
casualness, 112–115
cell phones, interviews on, 123–124
changes, 203, 217, 221
character, hiring for, 19–20
cheating on tests, 122–123
Cheung, Joe, 21, 54, 110–111, 140
Choke (Beilock), 59
choking, 82
Churchill, Alex, 25, 52–53, 58, 184
A Class with Drucker (Cohen), 213

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