Tag Archives: interview advice

How to Answer 3 Difficult Interview Questions

Posted: July 25, 2016 at 9:08 am

You’ve done your due diligence and it’s paid off: you’ve landed a job interview. Interviews can be extremely nerve-wracking, so it is best to prepare for them in advance. To help ease your nerves and ensure that you ace the interview, you should prepare answers to possible interview questions and rehearse them in advance.

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5 Body Language Mistakes to Avoid at Your Next Interview

Posted: May 21, 2016 at 12:45 am

You’ve carefully rehearsed your answers to the questions about your greatest weakness and where you see yourself in five years. You’ve picked out the perfect suit and gotten a haircut. You feel like you have done everything you possibly can to ensure that this job interview goes well – but have you given any consideration… Read More »

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4 Steps To Answering: Why Should We Hire You?

Posted: July 17, 2015 at 4:09 pm

During a job interview, your prospective employer is only trying to answer one key question – and that question is, “Why Should We Hire You?” Make sure you know the answer because the odds are strong that they are verbally going to ask you that exact question.

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5 Reasons You’re Not Getting the Job Interview

Posted: June 30, 2015 at 3:48 pm

If you’re receiving little or no response to your resume and cover letter, then it’s time to take stock of how you’re conducting your current job search. Here are five of the most common reasons job applicants are not called in for an interview.

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Writing an Interview Thank You Note

Posted: April 10, 2015 at 8:30 pm

There’s no better feeling than walking out of a job interview knowing that you nailed it. Go ahead! Take a victory lap past the coffee shop, and indulge in an overpriced frappuccino. Then wipe the whip off your lip, and write a thank you note ASAP before the hiring manager hands your dream job to somebody else.

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