During the job interview, employers want to learn everything they possibly can about person on the other side of the table. However, sometimes their questions can cross the line.
Which is why it is important for job seekers to be aware of the questions they can – and cannot – be asked. To avoid becoming a victim of discrimination during a job interview, here are 10 interview questions you don’t have to answer…
Very few aspects of adult life are more distressing than the job interview – perhaps because so much depends on the result.
Yet all the advice out there about job interviews seems to go right past practical wisdom to the high-end stuff that might make a difference if everything else goes perfectly. With that in mind, here are 10 real-world tips to help you rock your interview…
“Do your homework!” This cliche job search advice is always there; and seemingly always empty. Why? Because no one tells you exactly how to get that homework done… exactly how to research the company and what to look for.
Today, we fix that. Here is exactly how to research a potential employer, what you are looking for from which resource, and what to do with the research once you have it…
Eureka! You’ve finally landed an interview, did all the research on the target company, and are now sitting in the hot seat, being grilled about your background from a panel of prospective bosses.
Who exactly is control here? The employer? Wrong… You BOTH are in control.
The Young Entrepreneur Council is an amazing group of mentors and collaborators. And when we asked them to help provide advice for the YouTern community, they jumped at the chance!
So recently, we asked their members this question: During a job interview (either while job hunting or hiring) what was the most memorable thing – in a good way – that ever happened?
One of the most perplexing subjects for job seekers: how and when to follow-up after a job interview.
Everyone knows they should follow-up (although truth be told, few actually do). But how? When? At what point to you go from a quality candidate to a creepy stalker?