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Major Mistakes That Ruin Your Chances at a Job Interview

There’s no doubt that going on a job interview is a critical portion of a job candidate’s application process. If you were lucky enough to have a resume that got you through the door, the interview will provide you with an opportunity to further prove that you’re right for the position.


10 Killer Job Interview Questions and Answers

Behind every interview question there is a concern or another question. Your job is to process the question thinking about what the interviewer's concern might be. In other words, why is the interviewer asking you this question?

Q#1 - How long have you been looking for a job?

(Concern - is there something wrong with you that other employers have picked up?)


Questions You Should Ask During The Job Interview

At some point, usually at the conclusion of the interview, you may be asked, "Do you have any questions?" A common answer to this question is, "No, I think you've covered everything very well." This is the wrong answer! You have passed up your opportunity to ask some critical questions that may make a difference as to whether you want to work for this company.

Here are some rules and basic questions to consider asking when asked if you have questions:

Rule #1 - Ask questions. This is a critical time for you to find out insider information about the company or position.


Six Success Steps - What To Do When An Interview Is Next Up

Making a career change into a new or changing employers to have a different job usually means one thing: An interview. Many people see the interview as being a terrifying part of landing a job, but it doesn't have to be a scary event.

Here are six ways that you can impress the person behind the desk and sell yourself to land a better job that fits you well.

Practice. Then Practice More.


Five Steps To A Flawless Interview

Are you prepared for your next job interview? Do you know the secrets of pulling off a flawless interview and getting the job of your dreams? Use these five easy steps to prepare yourself and leave the best impression possible with the hiring manager.


Fear of Interviewing for a Job

Your heart is beating faster than usual, your hands feel clammy, your mouth is so dry it feels like you have cotton inside -- and you're supposed to feel confident. Are you going to an interview or a torture session? The answer is --"it's all in your perspective."


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