If you’ve been active in job searching lately, you’ve probably noticed an increase in digital requirements as part of the application process. Quizzes, personality tests, and other evaluations designed to measure various competencies are quickly becoming a part of hiring strategies for many HR departments.
Job Interview Tips
Your application was a success, and you’ve landed an interview with the hiring manager at your potential new workplace. Congratulations! A job interview is a perfect place for you to showcase yourself and impress the hiring manager. It is also an excellent opportunity to ask questions and get to know the company better. Here are some valuable job interview tips provided by our interview expert, starting from interview preparation to writing Thank You notes. Following the tips and guides below will help you ace your upcoming interview!
There are many components of a successful job interview, including thorough preparation, confident body language, professional presentation, and clear articulation of your skills and experience. Once you’ve mastered all of these details and walk out of the interview, it can be easy to overlook a last important step: the thank you email.
Congratulations, you aced the interview! You’re feeling positive and think you may really have a shot at landing the job you’ve been aiming for. There’s just one thing in your way: you’ve been asked to take a personality test.
Job interviews are nerve-wracking for many people. If you have a disability, the anxiety often climbs another notch. Let’s look at strategies for successful interviewing with a disability.
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Today's guest: Josh Goldstein, co-founder of Underdog.io - a job marketplace that connects candidates with high-tech firms in New York and San...
You’ve done your research on the company, rehearsed your elevator pitch, dry-cleaned your best suit and printed a fresh copy of your fine-tuned resume and portfolio.
All the elements are in place for you to master every minute of your Big Interview—but then, once you’re in the hot seat, the worst-case scenario comes screeching into reality.
Finding the best jobs for introverts isn’t an easy proposition, which is why the interview process can be such a nerve-racking experience.
You may be familiar with some of these issues – others may surprise you because very few interviewers are willing to share honest feedback with candidates. In Part 2, Melisa talks about mistakes that sabotaged so many of my interview coaching clients before they learned how to fix them.
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