There are four primary types of interview questions, and we will go through sample questions for each of the first three: Introductory, Situational and Behavioral, Job Specific, and Awkward/Bad/Inappropriate. Stay tuned tomorrow for the final type, it deserves it’s own segment.
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Job interviews provide an important opportunity to discover if you and your new employer will be a good match before you leap into a new position. Not only are they interviewing you, but also you’re interviewing them!
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Psst…always answer calls you don’t know in a job search. The resume, cover letter, and strong LinkedIn profile landed you the interview! Most outreach will come via email requesting a phone or video interview. If a recruiter calls you and asks for a few minutes of your time, consider it an interview.