Interview Advice (67)
Stand out among the rest just by sending a thank-you note to your recruiter and the people who have helped you in your job search.
When you’ve received an invitation for an interview, it’s time to go the extra mile to prepare. You need to be able to demonstrate your interest in the opportunity in order to stand out from the crowd.
Do you feel like the interviewer doesn’t get you? Have you been misunderstood? If so, rethink how you come across and make a new impression on the day of your interview.
Before even saying yes to the next job offer, make sure you have spent an ample amount of time preparing for the responsibilities that go with it. If you haven’t, you might be spending a whole lot of time working in a stressful environment you didn’t expect.
Interviews within your company can be as difficult as when you’re being interviewed at a new organization. Here’s how you can best position yourself to move into the new role.
Before an interview, it is important that you have some questions in mind — they let the employer know how serious you are about the job. However, some questions are better left unasked, especially if they can affect the outcome of the interview.