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Speaking to large groups of people can be scary, and while the panel interview format isn't the “go to” interview strategy employers typically use, you still should be prepared in case this request comes up. Here are 7 simple rules to follow to help you get through a panel interview and land your dream job.
What song best describes your work ethic? While you might not think of this interview question as a difficult one, it often trips up even the most prepared applicants. In this article, we run through the purpose of this question and how to answer it.
People often shy away from asking a recruiter how much a job pays as it can often feel a bit awkward. But knowing you potential salary is a vital factor in determining whether or not a job is right for you. So, how do you ask how much a job pays? There is a way to get the information you need without coming across as rude or feeling awkward. Read on to find out what you need to properly ask this question.
Job interviews can be tough - no doubt about it! They are intense, put you on the spot, and can sometimes feel like no matter how much time you put into preparing for the interview, it just isn’t enough. Depending on the role and what the hiring manager is looking for, questions can vary drastically. However, there are some common/recurring questions and “walk me through your resume”, is one of them. Prepare for your next interview by undertanding the question and knowing how to answer!
Once the excitement wears off, it’s likely that you will begin to think about some of the questions your interviewer might ask. One type of question you may be asked is called a “behavioral interview question”. These questions are brought up during the hiring process to test your problem-solving abilities - giving the interviewer information about your expertise and capabilities within certain work related scenarios.
Nobody likes getting rejected. So, if you’re reading this, you’re probably a little upset, right now. Take a few moments, breathe, and understand that it happens. Now, it’s time for you to respond to that rejection email. Yes, you need to respond to it. Not only does it show you’re mature and professional, but it also leaves room for the employer to give it a second thought, as well as give you valuable feedback as to what you can do next time.
Zoom, especially in COVID-19 times, has made virtual interviews a common practice. This video conferencing software has an interface with unique tools for video recording, text chatting, muting, screen sharing, and much more. The goal is to enlighten you more on how to excel in a Zoom interview. We’ll cover Zoom interview tips step-by-step, skipping no stages in the process. #zoom #jobinterview
We’ve all sat through an interview and answered questions that didn’t seem to make sense. Employers have come up with a myriad of ways to try and get you to talk about yourself. Not who you want to project, but your real self. But, there’s one question that has a defined purpose: “Where do you see yourself in five years?” What’s the point of this question, and how can you prepare your answer for it? We have some answers.
The goal of this question is not to make you squirm or put you in a position in which you’ll belittle yourself. Employers have a reason for asking this question as often as they do. We’ll cover answers to the “tell me about a time you failed” question and some possible responses to it in this piece.
How to Prepare for a Video Interview | The interviewing process can be difficult, especially with the current state of the job market. One hiring shift that has blown up over recent months is video interviewing. Here’s how you can win over the hiring manager or recruiter during your next video interview.
Video Interview Tips | The interviewing process can be difficult, especially with the current state of the job market. One hiring shift that has blown up over recent months is video interviewing. Here’s how you can win over the hiring manager or recruiter during your next video interview.