How to answer to the interviewer?
Got an interview coming up? The best thing that you can do to prepare is to think through the questions you’re likely to be asked and formulate answers ahead of time. Here are the seven most common interview questions, along with what a strong answer will look like.1. “Tell me about yourself.” This question means “give me a broad overview of who you are, professionally speaking, before we dive into specifics.” You should prepare about a one-minute answer that summar..Read More..
Dressing for the Interview
Instructions1 Call the receptionist or secretary at the prospective employers office for tips on what employees there wear.2 Consider the jobs location. If its a library in a strip mall, you can wear a sweater and slacks. At a corporate office, wear a conservative business suit. A pantsuit with a sweater or blouse is appropriate for an informal office.3 Choose between closed-toe shoes, pumps and loafers. If you are wearing a skirt, nylons are a must.4 Avoid miniskirts, ti..Read More..
9 Things You Should Never Say In A Job Interview
Interviews are probably the most challenging part of the job search process. You need to be ready for anything, including weird interview questions.You dont want to blurt out something inappropriate and send all of your hard work down the toilet. Avoid these inappropriate comments during your interview:1. Im really nervous. Theres nothing wrong with feeling nervous. Its natural to be a little uneasy at an important interview. Dont tell the interviewer if you have butterflies in your stomach, tho..Read More..
Interview - The crucial first 5 minutes
First impressions count. And thats a fact. Moreover, if you are facing a job interview. Studies reveal that the first 5 minutes are crucial for any interview. And it is in these 5 minutes that the decision of hiring or not hiring you is made by the interviewer. How, then do you ensure that the impression that you create is a favourable one? Keep the following few things in mind for that: Be punctual. It is better to arrive early than to rush in at the last moment. Allow extra time for traffi..Read More..
The Art of the Interview
1. Have multiple interviews in the pipeline. Like dating in Manhattan, interviewing is a numbers game. Just as my single friends make sure their dating "pipeline" is stocked with eligible prospects, your interview pipeline should be primed for action. That way, you can casually mention to one company how busy other companies are keeping you (this is also effective in dating). But if you remain unattached too long, people will start to wonder if something is wrong.2. Some hobbies are better than ..Read More..