Interview Articles


Author: Paula Atwell

A job interview is one of the most crucial parts of any job application. This is your one moment to impress the interviewer that you are the right person for the job. However, interviews can be very nerve wracking for both the interviewer and the applicant, therefore if you come to the interview thoroughly prepared, you will have a better chance of a successful and positive interview experience.

By: Roland Poitevin

Before landing that dream job, there are two important "wells" to jump over - one is getting the interview call (this happens when your resume passes) and second is succeeding in the interview. The interview is an opportunity that is given to a candidate to show case his technical skills/soft skills/ experience/ knowledge and to prove that he/ she fits the role and can be an asset to the company.

Author: Corinne Mills

Whether you like it or not, your personal appearance will be judged as an expression of who you are and your approach to your work.

This does not mean that interviews are a beauty parade, they’re not. However, your clothes, hair, shoes etc will be viewed as indicators of your status, self-confidence, self-care and self-worth.

By: adrianodl

Most of us feel pretty comfortable during a technical interview, since questions are usually based on things we do routinely, or at least heard of at some point. But what happens when asked something like “Tell me about your weaknesses”. The question is easy; answering is the problem, right? :)

By: Peggy McKee

Job interviews are notoriously stressful, and in each one there are going to be a couple of difficult questions for you to handle. The key to being successful in your job interview is being prepared for the most difficult interview questions so that you can answer them smoothly and with confidence.

"Tell me about yourself."

Author: Amit Puri

Behaviour based interviewing has become increasingly common in various parts of the world. Essentially, it assumes that if you have displayed certain qualities/ behaviour in the past, you will be able to do that in the future as well. So during a behaviour based interview, employers try to understand if you have previously displayed the qualities/behaviour that is required for high performance on the job in question. They do so by asking for real life examples/situations from your past, such as "Can you tell me of a time when you exhibited leadership skills."

Author: Peggy McKee

A Job Candidate’s Situation:

A recuiter called a medical sales candidate about a job, gave him the name of the company and the manager, said that he had submitted his resume for consideration, and had the phone interview set up. Then, the recruiter called back to tell him that the phone interview wasn’t going to happen, that the interview was on hold, and that he’d be in touch. After more than a week with no phone call, the candidate called me for help.

Author: Mark Speed

Interview Success

The following is based on a real conversation that actually took place. It’s a real life demonstration of how not to be when in an interview scenario. Obviously, names have been changed etc…

Author: Jessica

Interview is the resulting step of your life which can evaluate your merit. There are many resume tips for writing professional resume and even tips are available to prepare your interview questions and answers. But, the most important part of the interview is “first impression”

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