Interview Advice (66)

Common Mistakes That May be Costing You an InterviewFind out how to fix your job application to get more opportunities.

Words That Could Put Your Job Interview at RiskWatch your language to avoid giving the wrong impression.

Friday, 23 September 2016 05:24

Things Never to Ask in a Job Interview

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Things Never to Ask in a Job Interview It’s important to ask questions during a job interview. But asking the wrong questions may take you out of the running.

How to Describe Your Leadership Experiences in an InterviewFind out how to highlight your skills, talent and experiences to ace your job interview and stand out among the rest.

Monday, 09 May 2016 22:38

How to Win Over the Interviewer

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How to Win Over the InterviewerLearn how to earn points by engaging with your interviewer and demonstrating your knowledge of the company’s goals.

Boost your Corporate Job Interview with Seasonal Retail ExperienceKnow how to relate your part-time job to your potential employer to keep them from worrying about your commitment to your career path.

Salary Negotiation Mistakes That Can Cost You Money Don’t miss out on a big salary boost by letting your future employer set your salary.

Preparing for an Interview - Travel EtiquetteHave you accepted an interview at a distant location? You may need to consider your travel habits before you leave home.

How to Turn that Interview into a Job OfferMake 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.

Wednesday, 30 September 2015 01:46

How to Sell Yourself in a Job Interview Effectively

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How to Sell Yourself in a Job Interview Effectively Most people are not used to talking about themselves, especially when they’re called upon to list all their strengths or accomplishments in detail. However, winning the job requires an applicant to sell his or her skills and experience effectively.

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