Bloomberg: Quants Are Facing a Crisis of Confidence
Wall Street’s quant wizards often argue that many of their math-driven strategies are designed for the long-term. But they’ve rarely had to shout this loud.
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Tips For Following Up After A Job Interview
You did it! After sending in your resume and receiving that welcome call from human resources, you went through your job interview with flying colors! But what do you do while you wait to hear back? Should you call or email to follow up?
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How to Answer the Question “What Is Your Greatest Weakness?” in a Job Interview
Practicing your answers to key interview questions ahead of time is a great way to improve your confidence and help your interview flow smoothly. There’s one question, however, that many candidates simply dread: “What is your greatest weakness?” Planning for this question and preparing an answer could change the way the interviewer views your eligibility for the position. If you’re faced with this dreaded interview question, try some of these strategies.
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How To Nail A Construction Interview
Preparation and organization are the keys to making a great impression during a construction interview. From conducting initial research on companies to showcasing your special skills and certifications, you will stand out from the competition if you plan accordingly. Below are six tips to help you nail your next construction interview.
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The Benefits of Working at a Smaller Accounting Firm
Big 4 accounting firms hold a lot of temptation for young CPAs. Many young accountants or students see working at a Big 4 company as the goal they are working towards; a marker of success. There are undeniable benefits to working at Big 4 companies, especially early in your accounting career.
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IT Interview Questions: Seven Must-Ask Questions When You’re Hiring For IT
For IT hiring managers, ensuring that you're asking candidates relevant questions is a key component to building a successful team. Although you keep up with industry advances, your expertise is in culling the applicant pool to find the best IT professionals, not keeping up with cutting edge technology.
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How To Answer The Question “Tell Me About Yourself” In A Job Interview
Interviews can be intimidating, but by practicing and presenting yourself in the best way possible, you're more likely to confidently land the job. Many interviewers use a general set of questions and requirements that better help them understand why you would be the best person to hire. One of the questions you'll most often hear, in one form or another, is "tell me about yourself." But how do you know what the right response is for acing the interview?
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Second Interview Questions to Anticipate
You've been called back for a second interview for a job that you really want. That second interview is a good sign: it means that the company is seriously considering making you a new member of their team. That doesn't mean, however, that you're in the clear. This opportunity also means that the company wants to know more about you before making a decision--and there can be a pool of other candidates who have the same opportunity.
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Candidate Spotlight: Natalie Benedetto Program Supervisor
At Atlantic Group, we know how important it is to find the right talent for your open positions, as well as how fulfilling the right position can be for a great candidate. Recently, Atlantic Group caught up with a former candidate who was placed as a Program supervisor.
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Top 4 Phone Interview Questions & How To Answer Them
Phone interviews can be daunting, no matter what level of experience you have. It can often be difficult to establish a rapport with an interviewer over the phone and might be difficult to contain your nervousness during the conversation.
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