Interview Articles

Author: Peggy McKee

Think about the kind of impression you want to convey to your interviewer or hiring manager in order to secure the position you want: experience, ability, and confidence. If you’ve been paying attention to me, you’ve got the experience and ability portions down: a winning resume, a brag book, a 30/60/90-day plan, and high-quality references. Having these elements in place certainly boosts your confidence, but it's important to remember that your confidence also comes out in intangible ways: your physical presentation, your body language, and what you say and how you say it.

Author: Phil Rosenberg

Ever respond to an interview question, by saying "I haven't done it, but I can learn"?

OUCH…I can feel your pain. Your interview ended with those words. The fat lady sang.

Employers realize you can learn if you've been in the workforce for a while, or if you've graduated College. Of course you can learn. It's even a bad answer for an entry-level job candidate.

Author: Anoop Thomas

How to prepare for interview ?
Interview assumes an important step in the entire job hunting process. Interviews come in different forms. They don't have a common pattern to them. However there are few tips which help to prepare for any interview.

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