Job interviews can be a stressful experience. How do you prepare? How do you set yourself apart from the other applicants? How do you get the time off to interview if you’re currently employed? Well, all the answers to these questions and more can be found in this week’s link roundup! Check out the links below.
There are a few questions that are typically asked in every interview you’ll go on. With this being said, if you anticipate these being asked, why not be prepared! With a little preparation, you could really wow the hiring manager with your well-thought-out answer. Find out how to give great answers to the 7 most common interview questions here.
Highlighting your greatest achievements and unique skill set is extremely important when it comes to impressing the hiring manager. If you want to prove to them that you’re the best one for the job, you’ll have to check out the Muse’s greatest tips!
Sometimes firings and layoffs are beyond our control and other times they aren’t. No matter the case, it is important not to be ashamed. Getting fired can be a learning experience and an opportunity for growth. You’ll most likely have to discuss the reason for leaving your last position when in an interview. Though nerve-racking, there are ways to successfully handle the conversation! Find out how here.
After countless job applications and interviews, going on interviews can be stressful. Unfortunately, sometimes it increases our self-doubt. Don’t let failure get you down! Self-confidence is a great tool to have when interviewing for a new job. It’s actually one of the best; hiring managers will feel more inclined to hire someone who is confident, passionate, and driven. Follow these 3 steps from Forbes to help boost the self-confidence you need!
Internet trends, hiring trends, everything is constantly adapting and changing! You may not realize it, but so are job interview tactics and trends. It’s important to stay up to date on all things that can affect your career. Find out the Job Interview tips for 2018 and beyond!
Looking for a new job isn’t easy, especially when you’re working a full-time job. It is extremely important that your job search is being done on your off hours and not while at work. So what happens when you’re called in for an interview? Do you tell your current employer? Do you call in sick? Find out the best way to get time off work to attend an interview by checking out this article.
We hope this slew of information has you feeling more confident and prepared for the next interview you attend! Let us know how you prepare for an interview by commenting below.
Happy Job Hunting!