Job Interview Tips

You want a job interview to go according to plan. Yet, there are many common interview mistakes you may make without even realizing it. And if you make even a single mistake during an interview, you could miss out on the opportunity to land your dream job. Now, let’s look at six of the most… Read more »

You completed a job interview — and believe it was successful. Now, you need to follow up after your interview. However, doing so can be tricky. It pays to plan ahead for when and how to reach out to your interviewer. In doing so, you can send a follow-up message to them within an appropriate… Read more »

A job interview represents a great opportunity to show you deserve an employment offer. Of course, how you approach the time after your interview can have far-flung effects on your candidacy. It pays to follow up with a prospective employer after an interview, regardless of how the meeting went or the role you discussed. Here… Read more »

“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 »