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How to best interview candidates while remote working? Special

COVID-19 has led to more digital networking and this is impacting on recruitment. For this 'new normal', would-be employees need to consider new approaches to interviews in order to stand a good chance in what has become an unconventional job market.

Social media content affects the chances of job candidates

Be careful what you post on social media, especially drunken escapades. As employers increasingly look at interview candidates' social media activity, a new study shows how your social profile affects your recruitment prospects.

Op-Ed: Top 10 American male swimmer interviews of 2018

Digital Journal lists its top 10 male interviews of 2018, featuring American swimmers. These include national champions, world champions, world record holders and Olympic medalists.

Op-Ed: Top female daytime interviews of 2018

Digital Journal has compiled its list of top interviews of 2018 with well-known American daytime actresses, which include Emmy-nominated and Emmy award-winning performers.

Op-Ed: Top 10 athlete interviews of 2017

In sports, Digital Journal ranks its Top 10 athlete interviews of 2017. These interviews are arranged in no particular order.

Op-Ed: Digital Journal's Top 5 Pop interviews of 2015

Digital Journal ranks its Top 5 pop interviews of 2015. These include both male and female artists, and they are in no particular order.

Op-Ed: Digital Journal's Top 5 male entertainment interviews of 2015

Digital Journal has been busy in 2015 interviewing various distinguished male artists and celebrities in entertainment. Here are 5 of its most noteworthy, in alphabetical order.

Op-Ed: Digital Journal's Top 5 biggest music interviews of 2014

2014 was a big year for Digital Journal's Music section. Here are five of this Digital Journalist's biggest music interviews that he conducted.

Ryan Lewis interviews people who have no clue what he does

Two nights ago on Jimmy Fallon, Ryan Lewis was sent out to interview people. He asked them a series of questions, some about himself and most people didn't know who he was at first.

Is John Boehner a racist for not liking Mexican food?

Americans react to a fake report that House Speaker John Boehner doesn't like Mexican food in this hilarious yet slightly disturbing man on the street interview video.

Stop Being Famous: A chat with Ferrari Sheppard Special

Chicago - Today I had a conversation with Ferrari Sheppard, a journalist, artist, and editor-in-chief. Ferrari created, developed, and runs the website

Barbara Walters to announce 2014 retirement

New York - Longtime ABC news anchor Barbara Walters is set to announce Monday morning on "The View" that she will retire from journalism next summer. Walters created the daytime talk show in 1997.

Assange show premieres on RT on Tuesday — 'The World Tomorrow'

London - A brand new series of controversial interviews starts on Tuesday 17 April 2012. The series will feature interviews between Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and controversial people worldwide and should be an eye-opener.

Interviews Before Execution reality show a hit on Chinese TV

Beijing - A reality TV show featuring prisoners on death row confessing crimes and asking for forgiveness shortly before being led to execution has become a hit on a Chinese TV channel. The Saturday night TV show has a following of over 40 million viewers.

Op-Ed: Funny football interviews dug from the depths of YouTube

Although footballers (and managers) aren’t renowned for their academic prowess, they do, however, take part in some comical spontaneous interviews. So as we’re fast approaching Christmas, I thought I’d share some of my favourites with you.

Op-Ed: Livescribe's Smartpen, can you afford to be without one? Special

Christchurch - The recorder and pen combo of the Pulse Smartpen by Livescribe is a journalist's dream come true. Read's review to find out how this gadget could change the way you work.

Op-Ed: Happy Birthday SNL and the Birth of Political Comedy

Since its beginning Saturday Night Live has been on the cutting edge of political parodies. Starting with Gerald Ford it has wound its way through Ronald Reagan, both Bushs' and up to the current presidential nominees and political personalities.

Gerald Ford's Candid Comments on Fellow Presidents

The former president permitted his hometown newspaper, the Grand Rapids Press, to ask him any question they wanted on one condition--his answers would not be published until following his death.

Rolling Stone magazine's first editor, Ben Fong-Torres speaks to the new generation of music fans

This is an interview with the first Music Editor of Rolling Stone Magazine, Ben Fong-Torres..

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