It is time to rethink how you approach interviewing. Consider a job interview a fact-finding mission…not an interrogation! If you prepare for your upcoming job interview using a new mantra, then maybe you’ll approach this event differently (less stressful).
Once you master these 8 ways, does this mean you shouldn’t have a resume or a LinkedIn profile or biography done? No. There are many ways to get hired. Some of those ways are with a resume and many are without a resume, as evidenced below.
Here are video interview tips to help you stand out during your next interview. As we all know, video interviews have become the norm. This is a checklist of what you should do before, during, and after your video interview to ensure you present yourself in the best way possible!
As anyone who has been in a job search for a while knows, being invited to a job interview is not something easily achieved. Becoming one of the few candidates rather than being part of the usually gigantic crowd of job applicants is a major victory. Unfortunately, too many job candidates blow their interview opportunities, wasting all that time and effort. How do they blow it? By making some serious, yet often subtle, job interview mistakes.
Most of us have had, at some point in our lives, a teacher, a professor, or a mentor who encouraged our participation in active discussion by uttering the ubiquitous phrase, “There are no stupid questions.” Then we grew up and started going to job interviews. In all seriousness, however, if you’re actively seeking employment chances are you’ve run into a few odd interview questions that put that old adage to the test.
If you have been using the same old elevator pitch (45-second commercial) with the same old results, let’s try something different.