Interview Articles

Author: Deborah Walker

The first few minutes of a job interview are critically important for creating a good first impression. In fact, the first 30 seconds can make you or break you. Interviewers gather clues about you based on the way you look, how you shake hands, the eye contact you make and the first words that come out of your mouth. It pays to have a strategy for creating a great first impression every time you interview.

Author: Ned Benjamin

Attending a job interview can be a nerve-wracking experience. These simple tips will help you perform your best at this important time.

1. Research

Author: Trish Springsteen

“Can you prepare for an interview?” The answer is a resounding “Yes, you can!” In fact if you don’t do some preparation the likelihood of you getting the position could be very slim.

Author: RedStarResume

"Don't dress for the job you have, dress for the job you want to have"

Does what you wear in an interview really going to make a difference in the hiring process? The answer is Yes! Depending on the job you are applying for dress does matter.

Author: Kasan Groupe

Alright, so you just sent in an absolutely amazing resume and cover letter to the job of your dreams and they actually got back to you! But wait, that means you have to go in for an interview. Interviews can be extremely nerve-racking, especially if you consider yourself to be a shy person. You only get about 30 minutes, if you’re lucky, to show them what you’ve got and to prove to them that you are the best person for the job.

Author: JenB

You have to keep a lot in mind when you are looking and trying to get the perfect career. After filling out the applications you still have to go through the interviews to actually get hired. Job interviews can be tricky sometimes and not everyone is good at them. Here are a few tips to help you get through.

Author: Robt Barlow

Whether it is your first job after graduation or a well-considered career move, you always need to be well prepared for the interview. Ensure that your resume is well written. To stand out from the crowd, a professionally written resume is a wise investment. A well-written resume and cover letter will ensure that you are called for a job interview.

Author: Nikki

By being aware of your own and the interviewer’s body language you will find the essential ingredients to projecting confidence. Here are some simple ways to ensure that you are sending the right message with your interview body language.

Don’t Forget to Smile

Author: Brad Remillard

Candidates more often that not miss one of the best opportunities during the interview to shine, to differentiate themselves, and demonstrate their ability to do the job. What a great opportunity missed!!

Author: James J. Malervy, II

When was the last time you had a job interview? Did it go well for you? Chances are that it went poorly for you and that is no criticism on you personally, it’s just that people tend to be afraid of interviewing and as a result, they don’t get the jobs they want.


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