If you’ve been applying for jobs, now is the perfect time to do your pre-interview prep.
After all, it’s never too early to start preparing answers to job interview questions…
Weird interview questions are not all that uncommon, and they’re really not all that weird. Companies often design these questions to throw you off your practiced pitch and force you to respond spontaneously. Recruiters often use them to try to uncover the real you, the you that will come out in everyday situations. It is difficult to really get to know someone in an interview setting because we all practice and prepare so much. The seemingly random question can often help recruiters see beyond that practiced facade.
An interview for an entry level job can be a lot different than other job interviews. You may not have the success stories to tell or the personal triumphs to laud.
So an entry level interview is all about selling your potential rather than your experience…
For many candidates, it’s that second job interview when the nerves and uncertainty really start to kick in.
Well, sit back and relax. Because we’re about to give you a crash course in “The Second Interview: Everything You Need to Know…”
How can a job seeker impress during a group interview with your team?
We asked the members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) for their advice…
Smiles and other facial expressions are a critical aspect of human interaction. Even our pets can recognize when we’re smiling and what it means.
Want to hear how to use your smile to positively affect your job prospects? Read on!