The phone interview is your first chance to WOW the recruiter. To help come up the curve faster, here are some phone interview scenarios you need to know how to handle.
Graduation approaches, you’ve almost completed your formal education. It’s time to enter the workforce and begin that career you’ve spent so much time, energy, and money planning for. There’s only one thing left to do… go back to school. Yes, it’s time to begin an intensive course of study to learn some of the most important skills to get your career started. And your first class is interviewing 101.
If you use the same “elevator pitch” in every situation, I think you are making a huge mistake. You need to use the right pitch at the right time. And while we on the topic of pitches, let me tell you that the old elevator pitch formula doesn’t cut it anymore! You’ll need to use situational context and present your pitch in a way that is engaging and other-focused!
Thank you notes are deceivingly difficult to start no matter who you’re sending them to. Writing them to hiring managers after job interviews is even more challenging. After all, you want to seem gracious, excited, and enthusiastic about a role without going overboard or giving off the wrong vibe. And of course, you have to send one. It could mean the difference between a second interview and a one way trip to the “pass” pile. So how can you be sure to write the perfect interview thank you note every time?
Are you about to face your first real internship or job interview? This infographic from myjobmag.com will take you back to the classroom and teach you all the job interview basics.
As you’ll see, it provides universal advice and tips that serve as a foundation for any interview preparation…
Don’t stress over your job interview. Instead, focus on what you can do to feel confident.
It starts with knowing the interview is for exchanging information, and is not an interrogation…