Category:Interviewing Advice

Making a Good Impression: 5 Steps to Conquering Your Job Interview

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An article by contributor Meghan Belnap. A successful job interview is the first step in landing the job of your dreams. The better you perform in that interview, the greater your chances are of getting an offer or at least a call back. Smart job hunters know that the interview starts with some simple preparation. Practice Ahead of Time Take the time to practice for your job interview before the date arrives. Have someone ask you a few questions to get a feel for how you want to respond and what you should say. The more comfortable you feel with … / Read more »




Body Language Tips for a Successful Job Interview

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An Article by contributor Emily Stone. The interview is one of the most daunting aspects of the job search. Even the most seasoned of job candidates can be intimidated at the realization that there is only a few allotted minutes in which to present the best possible image and convince a potential employer that they are the ideal candidate for the job. A candidate is judged not only on their resume and references, but also on their appearance, their answers, and even their body language. The power of body language can be used to your advantage on interview day. Knowing … / Read more »




Six Skills All Employers are looking for in Your Interview

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An article by contributor Brooke Chaplan. Improving your ability to interview increases your chances of getting the job you really want. Employers are always looking for candidates who are confident and prepared for their interviews. By taking some time to prep yourself, you can increase your chances of getting that dream job and make yourself stand out. Communication Skills An interviewer wants to see how well you communicate. Many of the questions you’re asked may seem obvious to you, but the interviewer is usually more interested in seeing how well you communicate, than in the answer to the actual question. … / Read more »




5 Job Interview Strategies You Need To Be Aware Of

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An article by UK based contributor Sam Gatt. Getting a job isn’t easy. We know that. You should read as many self-help guides as you can, but every company is different. While one company might be interested in your skills, the other might brush them aside. Valuable experience that you’ve gained in the past might not help you when face-to-face with a potential employer. And guess what?! They all come to these conclusions in different ways! Don’t give up, that’s the key. Always present yourself professionally, and do your research before you enter into any type of interview or test that … / Read more »




10 Things to Bring to the Interview: a Checklist

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An article by contributor Hannah Dickins. If you’re a college student or a recent grad, this job search can feel like one of the most important things you’ve done in your life. You’re probably feeling some pressure, and it’s normal to feel a little queasy with nervousness. If you’ve done all you can to prepare yourself for the interview, such as researching the company and reading over practice questions, all that’s left to do is show up prepared. Take a few deep breaths, and gather up the things you’ll need to bring to the interview with you. 1. Copies of … / Read more »