Job Interview Tips

“What are your weaknesses?” This is a common job interview question that most candidates struggle to answer. But, those who prepare for questions about their weaknesses are well-equipped to show a potential employer they are the right for a role. How to Answer an Interview Question About Your Weaknesses If an interviewer asks you to… Read more »

How you approach a job interview can have far-flung effects on your ability to land your dream role. If you know how to set the tone during a job interview, you can put yourself in an excellent position to show a potential employer why you’re the right candidate to hire. How to Set the Tone… Read more »

You may believe you’re an excellent candidate for a job. So, when you interview for a role, you may feel you’re putting your best foot forward. Despite your best efforts, you may be rejected for a job. This may be due to the fact that you’re making common mistakes in your job interview. Common Mistakes… Read more »

Everyone knows how to dress for a traditional corporate job, but things can get a little confusing when you are interviewing for a warehouse job or other industrial, blue-collar job. What do you wear to an interview when you will probably never have to wear a suit and tie to work?   While it’s easy to default to whatever you rolled out of bed and… Read more »

Transferable skills, aka “soft skills,” can make or break your chances to earn your dream job. So, if you can showcase your transferable skills in a job interview, you can make it easy for your interviewer to see why you’re the right candidate for a role with their company.   There are many things you can do to highlight your… Read more »

A job interview gives a prospective employer a snapshot of who you are. In many ways, it’s similar to a first date insofar as you are being evaluated not just for your “on-paper” qualities, but also for your personality. It matters whether you’re friendly or stand-offish. Whether you seem confident and composed, or shy and… Read more »

Job interviews can be difficult, even at the best of times. You’re in an unfamiliar environment. You’re nervous. You’re trying to make a good impression. Now, throw into the mix the fact that you’ve recently been laid off from your job, and you have a recipe for a potential interview disaster. Being laid off is… Read more »