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…
This infographic from Staff Management serves as the perfect cheat-sheet of everything you need to know about the job interview process.
With this in hand, you won’t miss a thing and you’ll walk in the door confident and ready to actually win the job of your dreams.
When you’re interviewing for a new job, you’re likely well aware of the common pitfalls that you should absolutely avoid.
But do you know the eight job interview tactics that might seem like a great idea… but are actually hurting your chances of nailing that dream job?
When discussing your reasons for seeking new employment, speaking negatively about your previous roles will signify a red flag for the interview team.
So you have to find a way to frame these negative job experiences. After all, this is your opportunity to start fresh. Use this advice to refresh and reframe those negative job experiences.
So how can you tell a great job interview from a bad one?
Although you usually have some feeling about how you did, truth is you really don’t know how you did or even if the interview went well until you get the good-news call…
There’s one critical interview question you can ask that will help you ace any interview. It’s a simple question. Straightforward. Non-specific. Not particularly exciting. But that’s also why this question is powerful.
“How does this role contribute to the success of the company?”