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Questions To Ask an Employer During an Interview

Posted on July 26, 2015

Whenever a job seeker received an interview invitation that means that his/her resume or CV has done its job. The problem is however that it won’t get you any further. It is the objective of any resume to get you to the interview stage. Everything else depends on how you do during an interview. Most...

What If Something Goes Wrong During a Job Interview?

Posted on June 18, 2015

What If Something Goes Wrong During a Job Interview? Some job seekers never do anything to prepare for a job interview. Some candidates do the opposite – they spend hours on researching information about the company, analyzing the job opening, and talking with the employees of the company to get to know the company’s culture...

“Why Should We Hire You?”

Posted on May 20, 2015

Very often job seekers don’t realize that going through the job application process can be tough. As a result, they are not even prepared to answer challenging questions because they never expect any of them to be asked. Having been working with many former hiring managers and people directly related to hiring personnel we know...

5 Most Common Interview Questions

Posted on April 29, 2015

Job seekers don’t have much time for rejoicing when their resumes land them interviews. It is quite the opposite, they need to prepare for the upcoming interviews, which takes a lot of time and efforts if we are talking about serious preparation. One of the basic things one has to do is to think through...

Choosing an Outfit for a Job Interview

Posted on April 15, 2015

You are what you wear. Even if this saying is not true many people who don’t know you will follow that principle – they will make their own judgement about who you are by your attire. It may be wrong but you can do nothing about it. What you wear does send messages whether you...

How to Ruin a Job Interview?

Posted on March 27, 2015

You have spent hours on developing an effective resume. You actually tailored your resume before sending to every job opening that seemed to be appealing enough. After all you have succeeded because you received multiple interview invitations. But does that really mean success? Not really. Unless you are hired your job search efforts can hardly...

How to Use Interviewers’ Subjectivity for Your Benefit

Posted on March 25, 2015

It is no secret that all interviewers are human and in one way or another their subjectivity has a signficant impact on the outcome of every interview. No matter how hard HRs and interviewing authorities try to be objective in evaluating candidates they still will be biased (even without realizing it). So sometimes the outcome...

Job Interview: Questions to Ask an Employer

Posted on February 16, 2015

After you are done with your resume there is only one way to find out whether you did a good job on it. If you start receiving interview invites then you can consider yourself a good resume writer. If it turns out no one is contacting you regarding the positions you’ve applied for it means...

How to Do Well During an Intro Call from a Recruiter?

Posted on December 5, 2014

The first step to getting a decent job is to develop a professional resume. By “professional” we mean the one that will be attractive for hiring authorities meeting all requirements and specification. As soon as you have your professional resume ready and after you post it online to find employment you will likely be invited...

What Questions Do Employers Ask Themselves During an Interview?

Posted on December 1, 2014

It is a big mistake to think that you don’t need to prepare for an interview unless you are selected to attend one. The problem is that most job seekers don’t bother themselves with studying the company they are applying to because they don’t think they will be selected. But the matter of the fact...

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