One cliché we’ve all heard is that past behavior predicts future behavior. That may or may not be psychologically sound, but it is the theory behind behavioral interview questions.
Many recruiters believe that the best way to gain insight into how you’d handle certain situations is to ask you to tell a story about how you handled a similar situation in the past…
Do you expect your next job interview to essentially be an interrogation? You know, where the interviewer drills you for all the answers they want to hear?
If your answer is yes, here are four job interview tips to you win bonus points with your interviewer…
You’ve managed to land an interview. And while congratulations may be in order… now the hard work really begins.
While the process can be long and nerve-wracking (these are questions that potentially alter your future, after all) there are some questions you can bet on being asked…
You thought the interview went well. You expected to go on to the next round. Maybe even get a job offer.
Instead, even after following up in a professional manner, you’ve heard nothing. What went wrong?
You’ve maybe heard the comparison that a job interview is like a first date. You should dress to impress; be on your best behavior; listen as much as you talk, etc. But let’s talk about the flip side and discuss employer turn-offs… the things that will make any recruiter (or first date) wish that first meeting would just be done. If any of the below applies to you, employers might be afraid to get serious with you… they won’t offer you the job. You’re ‘Not Their Type’ Sometimes in dating people have a certain “type,” and no matter how beautiful or
You thought you did really well at your last job interview. You answered every question perfectly. But you never heard back. Nada. Nothing.
Well, maybe what you said wasn’t the problem… it was what you didn’t say. Maybe your biggest mistakes were nonverbal.