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Win a Spot in Mediabistro’s Job Search Intensive with Your Most Embarrassing #InterviewFail

Here at Mediabistro, we talk to employers and job seekers every day and have heard that the interview process can be daunting – for both parties. It’s easy to lose your train of thought, ask a ridiculous question and-or get so nervous that you trip and fall on your way into the interviewer’s office.

So, job seekers… We want to know: What is the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever done during a job interview?

Enter our contest now for the chance to win a free seat in Mediabistro’s Job Search Intensive (worth $145) that starts on January 29 online. All you have to do is follow @Mediabistro and tweet us your travails in 140 characters or less.

Include #InterviewFail in your tweet and you’re in! The winner with the answer that cracks us up the most will be announced on Friday, January 25 at 11:45 am ET via our @Mediabistro Twitter account. Good luck!

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Win a spot in Mediabistro’s Job Search Intensive with our Twitter contest

Here at Mediabistro, we talk to employers and job seekers everyday and have heard that the interview process can be daunting for both parties. It’s easy to lose your train of thought, ask a ridiculous question or get so nervous you trip and fall while entering the interviewer’s office. So, job seekers, we want to know: What is the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever done in an interview?

Enter our contest for the chance to win a free seat in Mediabistro’s Job Search Intensive (worth $145) that starts on January 29 online. All you have to do is follow @Mediabistro and tweet us your answer in 140 characters or less.

Include #InterviewFail in your tweet and you’re in! The winner with the answer that cracks us up the most will be announced on Friday, January 25 at 11:45 am ET via our @Mediabistro Twitter account. Good luck!

The Mediabistro job board is the best place to find top media candidates for your open positions. Companies like Google, Amazon, and AOL post with us —you should too!

 

Of Note In The Mediabistro Blogosphere

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  • Andrew Ross Sorkin of The New York Times: ‘Persistence over talent wins every day’ – FishbowlNY
  • How To Use Kickstarter to Fund Your Publishing Project – GalleyCat
  • WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange Still in First Place in TIME Person of the Year Voting – WebNewser
  • No Cuts At Time Inc (For Now) – MediaJobsDaily
  • Anderson Cooper’s Syndicated Show Lines Up 21 New Stations – TVNewser

  • Someone is Buying the NYT (Stock)

    Via MediaJobsDaily comes Alley Insider‘s observation that even as the Dow continues to plummet the NYT appears to be holding steady. Says Blodget:

    It took long enough, but it seems the New York Times Company has finally found some friends with deep pockets who don’t think the stock is going to zero.

    Over the past week, as the stock market has cratered, the New York Times Company’s stock has held steady at about $4. Today, with the market bounce, it’s up about 15%.

    The volume has spiked, too: Well over than 1 million shares a day for the past 10 days, with a couple of huge days.

    Coincidence? We shall see!

    mediabistro.com Introduces MediaJobsDaily

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    That’s right, mediabistro.com in expanding once again. Introducing MediaJobsDaily mediabistro.com’s blog covering all things jobs-related for media professionals, recruiters, and HR. Want to know who’s hiring, who’s firing? Who’s innovating, with new new-media positions and job descriptions? And how do you attract those high-performing innovators to work for you? They’ve got you covered.

    MJD will be be penned by Becki Heller and Rachel Kaufman. Based just outside of Washington, D.C., Rachel is an experienced blogger/social media whiz who has been on the career and business beat for The Washington Post Express for the past year, writing and developing its “Getting Ahead” section.

    Becki comes to mediabistro.com most recently from MyYearbook.com, where among her projects, she spearheaded the growth of user-generated teen outlet “MyMag,” which went on to average 800,000 page views per day. There, she recruited and hired an all-new editorial staff, managing and developing a 10-member team of media professionals that included programmers, designers, editors and freelance writers. You can check the whole thing out here.