Making a good impression during the interview is often a key step in securing a job. Communicating effectively can greatly increase your chances of success.
We often think about what questions will be asked of us in an interview, but less often think about what questions we should ask a potential employer. Here are some questions you should ask potential employers during an interview.
One of the ways that you can prepare for an interview is to formulate answers to some of the more common interview questions. Here are some of these common questions and hints on how to best answer them.
How important is proper dress for a job interview? Well, the final selection of a job candidate will rarely be determined by dress. However, first-round candidates for an opening are often quickly eliminated by inappropriate dress.
If you maximize the impact of the four basic tactics of promptness, handshake, body language and dress and grooming, you will be MILES ahead of the tangled competition. You will make a strong first impression.
There are two basic types of interviews - informational interviews and selection interviews. Here is what to expect in each type.
Learn everything you need to know about behavioral interviews and four secrets to doing well in them.
In my experience, it's often the little things that trip up an otherwise qualified candidate. I'd like to pass along five essential tips for making sure you succeed at the more subtle areas of interviewing.
Here are three interview preparation tips which will greatly improve your odds of being invited back by an employer.
Interview thank you letters will immediately set you apart from the competition. In this ultra-competitive job market, you should never forget to send them! Here are my top 3 tips on post-interview thank you letters.