Interview Advice (67)
We've all heard one or two of those crazy job interview stories, where the candidate did something strange/bold/creative and landed the job.
Like the guy who brought his guitar to the interview, sat down, and proceeded to sing a song (which he wrote himself) about why he was the best candidate for the job. (He got it.)
Or the woman who sent a customized Barbie doll to Mattel, along with her resume. (She got the job too.)
Find out how to fix your job application to get more opportunities.
Find out how to highlight your skills, talent and experiences to ace your job interview and stand out among the rest.
Know how to relate your part-time job to your potential employer to keep them from worrying about your commitment to your career path.
Don’t miss out on a big salary boost by letting your future employer set your salary.
Have you accepted an interview at a distant location? You may need to consider your travel habits before you leave home.
Make the most out of your interview to increase your chances of getting employed.
Getting called in for an interview is definitely something to be proud of. However, don’t forget that your end goal is to be offered the job.