If you’re not acing your job interviews, the words you use could be part of the problem. Fortunately, your interview language is fairly easy to fix.
Here are eight words to eliminate from the language you use during your job interviews… and why.
Preparing for an important job interview requires more than just memorizing answers and making sure your best outfit is laundered. Good interview preparation means paying attention the details. Almost everything about you contributes to the first impression that you make when you walk in the door. It’s that first impression that often lands the job. Anyone can give you a few pointers about the interview process. But the top interview tips concentrate on the details.
Virtual interviews for job candidates are becoming part of modern recruitment. They’re certainly one of the most popular contemporary recruiting trends.
In fact, more than half of all employers using video interviews to screen candidates before meeting them in person…
Even the best resume can’t make up for sub-par interviewing skills. Confidence, communication, and ability to articulate your value are all key to moving toward the job offer, and preparation is the key to success.
It would be nice if job interview questions merely involved being asked about your favorite foods and movies, with the interviewer saying, “I love Happy Feet too! Let me show you to your desk.”
Anything would be better than answering the cliche interview questions interviewers have been asking since clipboards were invented…
Job applicants face many job interview settings today. Each requires a different approach and mindset.
Here’s a look at some of the settings you might encounter during your next interview…