Monthly Archives: May 2014

“Before” and “After” Answer to Job Interview Question: “Can You Tell Me About a Time You Told the Truth and It Hurt You?”

I regularly post “before” and “after” videos of commonly-asked job interview questions to my YouTube channel. For the “before” video, the candidate is asked to answer the question without any preparation whatsoever. Then we workshop the answer as I do … Continue reading

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Humanities Degree and Career Prep Are Not Mutually Exclusive

How can we build a bridge from the humanities degrees we’re giving out on college campuses to the real-world professional jobs most of our students will hold after graduation? William Pannapacker’s article, “No More Digitally Challenged Liberal-Arts Majors: How to Give … Continue reading

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