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Entry-Level Salary Negotiations: How to Ask for What You Want

Negotiating an entry-level salary may sound risky. What if the offer is rescinded? KSL Jobs offers tips on how to prepare for the tricky conversation.

Turn Your Greatest Weakness Into a Strength, Honestly

How do you admit your greatest weakness without looking … weak? KSL Jobs suggests ways to answer this common interview question so it bolsters your prospects.

Getting Overlooked? 5 Ways to Make Yourself More Hirable

Does it seem like your resume is getting tossed without a second glance? Unfortunately, it may be. KSL Jobs looks at ways to make yourself more marketable.

Make a Dazzling First Impression With an Online Portfolio

Many job recruiters turn to the internet to learn about potential candidates. KSL Jobs looks at how to put your best face forward with an online portfolio.

7 Remote Job Interview Questions and How to Answer Them

Working from home is the new normal for many nowadays. As a result, employers are looking at some different characteristics when hiring. Can you stay motivated? Are you organized? Prepare now to answer these common remote job interview questions.

Don’t Let Brainteaser Questions Derail Your Interview

Job interviews are stressful enough without throwing in brainteaser questions. Relax, KSL Jobs has answer tips, so they won’t get the better of you.

Building a Hybrid Culture: What Works (and What Won’t)

Games in the park, virtual one-on-one meetings, chips and salsa. Deseret Digital Media shares ways it’s been helping employees thrive in a hybrid work culture.

First Week on a New Job Jitters? We Got Your Back

Starting a new job? A little overwhelming, sure, but you can do it. KSL Jobs has some tips to not only survive but thrive in your first week.

How to (Tactfully) Ask for a Raise

Planning ahead can mean the difference between success or disaster when negotiating a pay bump.

Why KSL Jobs Is Right for Utah Businesses

Looking For Local Candidates? Here are the Best Reasons to Recruit With KSL Jobs