In my opinion, the most unpleasant experience with getting a new job is the interview process. It can be an introvert’s nightmare. Here are some of the top posts to better equip you for a successful interview.
“We all know the simple don’ts of an interview such as don’t arrive late, don’t dress inappropriately and don’t show up looking unprepared. However, I have compiled a more in-depth Top 10 List of Don’ts derived from the feedback of industry companies and candidates alike.”
“While interviewers consciously take note of the answers you provide, your body language reveals subconscious clues to your personality and attitude.”
“Similar to trying to study for an exam without a study guide, you don’t know what kind of questions they’re going to throw your way. Thankfully, you came to the right spot. We’ve gathered the top 15 most bizarre questions an interviewer could ask you and how you should answer them so you don’t have to break a sweat.”
“Maybe you’re an expert when it comes to job interviews and maybe you can waltz through the door, confident in your ability to acquire a position. But for the rest of us, the thought of having to meet with someone who will undoubtedly be analyzing your every move and scrutinizing every response that you make, is nerve-wracking to say the least.”
“It shows me she’s doing her part to ensure we’re the right employer for her. After all, we want to choose someone who thinks we’re fun, or innovative, or environmentally friendly, or dog-friendly—whatever she already knows adds to her enjoyment of a job. And the only way for us to discover that is a two-way conversation. When you ask the right job interview questions, you’re giving your potential employer proof that you’re the candidate she needs. Can’t go wrong with that.”
“Some interview questions are easy, such as “Tell me about your past work experience.” This question is pretty straightforward and there’s no tricks there. Some questions, however, are really hard to answer because you don’t want to accidentally say something that the interviewer doesn’t want to hear. So with that, here are some of the hardest interview questions you may get asked and how to answer them!”
“This post is going to cover how to answer the 10 most common interview questions. As a former recruiter, I’ve asked these thousands of times because they do give a lot of insight to who a candidate is and if they might be a good fit for an open role.”
“There’s one moment in a job interview that’s fraught with suspense: that moment when the interviewer says, “Do you have any questions for me?” In the probably 100 job interviews I’ve witnessed, either as the interviewer or the interviewee, that moment brings a crackle of tension every time: will the candidate have a relevant, insightful question? Or will they just ask about the vacation policy? Or worst of all, mutter: “No, I think you’ve covered everything.”
What are some job interview posts you thought useful?