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The 2 worst mistakes you could make in a job interview, according to an ex-Apple recruiter

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Rachel Bitte, the former chief people officer at recruiting software company Jobvite and a former recruiter for Apple and Intuit, shared her biggest tips to for interviewees.
The two biggest mistakes job applicants make are not asking questions, and behaving badly during interviews.
Bitte says she watches for how an interviewees speaks to not just the hiring manager, but also waitstaff and receptionists.
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How to write a cover letter for McKinsey that gets your foot in the door, according to 3 recruiters and a former McKinsey manager - plus examples to get you started

How to write a cover letter for McKinsey that gets your foot in the door, according to 3 recruiters and a former McKinsey manager - plus examples to get you started

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Although tough to earn, a job at McKinsey could lead you to a six-figure salary.
A clear, direct cover letter could get you in the door, recruiters and a former McKinsey manager said.
The best cover letters demonstrate top problem-solving and leadership abilities, and a passion for working with clients.
Recruiters also recommended keeping your message short and to the point.
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