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.
When you get home or before you go to bed the night of your interview, send a thank-you note to each person with whom you met. Below are a few examples of thank you messages.
Job interviews often stir up conflicting emotions. You’re excited about the opportunity to advance your career, but anxious about the impression that you’ll make. A few simple steps can help you to feel more at ease.
Performing well on a phone interview can help you land the job you want. Nearly all companies use phone interviews to screen large pools of qualified candidates. Some phone screens are short of confirming details about the position, availability, and salary requirements.
You’ve labored over your resume for hours, combed through all of the job postings, applied with customized cover letters for each position and have finally landed the coveted in-person interview. You’re excited, prepared and ready to wow, but your interviewer seems distracted, disorganized and perhaps more nervous than you are.