8 Common Data Analyst Interview Questions

Data analysis involves using statistics to interpret data. A data analyst uses that information to spot trends, uncover connections, and report the findings to stakeholders. While a lot of the job is working with facts and figures, there’s more to …

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Building Federal Career Pathways: Four Takeaways

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How to Answer “What Are Your Career Aspirations?” in an Interview

When you’re in a job interview, a question like “What are your career aspirations?” could catch you off guard. You likely prepared to answer common interview questions about your past experiences and whether you have the skills needed for the …

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Zoom Interview Attire: What (and What Not) to Wear

You’ve accepted your Zoom interview invite, but then the fear creeps in — what Zoom interview attire do you wear? In this guide, we’ll help you figure out what to wear for a virtual interview so you can look (and feel!) …

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What Is a Technical Recruiter (and How to Talk to One)?

A technical recruiter is just like any other recruiter — their goal is to find the right candidates for open roles. Yet these recruiters work specifically on filling technical positions, whether DevOps engineers, data scientists, or web developers. So, how do …

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9 Things Recruiters Search for on LinkedIn

Eight hundred thirty million. 

There are 830 million professionals using LinkedIn.

That’s 830 million professionals with profiles with which you’re competing for attention—the attention of recruiters who are searching for specific answers on LinkedIn when hunting for candidates to fill …

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What Is a ‘Good’ Weakness for a Job Interview?

A common (yet often dreaded) interview question is, “What is your weakness?” because who wants to talk about what they aren’t good at? However, employers often ask this question to better understand who you are as a candidate, how you’ll …

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How—and When—to Include Projects on Your Resume (Plus Examples!)

If you’ve completed a project you’re especially proud of, it’s natural to want to show it off on your resume—and it might even help you land your next job. Projects that potentially belong on your resume can come from your …

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5 Essential Project Management Skills for Your Resume

Most companies will need to meet various business goals and objectives at any one time. The most common approach is to group related activities into distinct or related projects. It is crucial that these projects are planned and managed successfully, …

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Make Your Resume Job Specific

Your resume is the primary part of your job application. It’ll likely be one of the first (if not the first) pieces of the puzzle that prospective employers review when they’re considering you as a candidate for an open role.

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