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Six counter-intuitive things you can do in an interview

Ask questions. Seriously. “I ask the questions around here, not you” might be the smartass interviewer’s response. But the enlightened one will see questions as your effort to learn more so that you can use your answers to meet their needs. An interview should tend towards a conversation: in conversation, we ask questions. (Just make sure you ask good questions, but that’s another day’s column).

Employers can lose in an interview too

For employers, the stakes are high too. You think it is a disaster if you do not get the job. However, another interview is likely to come along. The employer who hires the wrong person may well have a world of trouble ahead of them, writes Liam Horan, Career Coach, Sli Nua Careers.

Your Career, Your Choices

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During competency-based interviews, candidates are asked questions about specific situations where they have shown themselves have competencies that match the job description. In many instances, it is better for candidates to take the broader perspective by using proven answering methodologies that give more comprehensive answers to both the opening and follow-up, or probing, questions, writes Pearse O’Donnell, Career Coach, Sli Nua Careers.

How to put focused research to good use in a job interview

A regularly neglected or misunderstood area of preparing for a job interview is that of researching the organisation.

Dealing with ‘skeletons in the wardrobe’ at an interview

Some of us have accumulated the odd ‘skeleton in the wardrobe’ over the course of our careers. Most of these ‘skeletons’ are minor in nature and can be easily explained. However, others can damage your chances of getting that job, particularly if not addressed properly, writes Pearse O’Donnell, Career Coach, Sli Nua Careers.

Cinderella is this year's Limerick panto

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MAGIC, ROMANCE, a feisty heroine, a handsome prince, dubious sisters in need of a beauty blogger boot camp, chart hits, and hilarity will combine in Cinderella, this year's SPAR Panto at the University Concert Hall, Limerick.

Galway athletes shine

Galway athletes will compete across the 10-race programme of this season National Cross Country Championships in Abbottstown, Dublin.

Former taoiseach opens new cardiology suite at Bon Secours

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Former Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD turned the sod on the development of a new state of the art Interventional Cardiology Suite at Bon Secours Hospital Galway on November 10 last year. Exactly one year to the day, Deputy Enda Kenny returned to the hospital to officially open the new unit.

Navigate the inside line to victory

Going for an ‘inside job’ – no, not a bank heist – can be very trying. In fact, I’m sure a bank heist can be trying too, though it’s not a a career path we tend to recommend.

Incomplete college course is not the end of the story

Q: I didn’t finish my degree because I started working. Now I’m trying to get a new job, and I’m a bit iffy about the fact that I didn’t see out college. Can I skip those years on my CV? (DD, email).

 

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