5th February 2012

Top 5 Job opportunity Interview Tips

Top 5 Job opportunity Interview Tips

If you’re counting down the days till your next Job opportunity interview, these helpful hints will help you get in the right mood so you can leave a lasting impression on the interviewers. 1. Do your research Fail to plan, and you plan to fail. You are certain to be asked specific questions about the company, so make sure you’ve done your homework on things like their last year’s profits and latest product launches. Also take ...
5th February 2012

How do I tell if I’m doing well in an interview?

When it comes to doing interviews, you’ll rarely be told how well you’ve done. Obviously if you get the job, then you’ll assume you did well, but in so many cases, when you haven’t got the job, it helps to work out if there was something you could have done better, so you can improve for the next time. Generally Most opinions about candidates are formed within the first few minutes (that’s why it’s hard to overcome a ...
5th February 2012

How do I prepare for a Job opportunity interview?

Fail to plan, plan to fail. You are certain to be asked specific questions about your potential employer, so make sure you’ve done your homework on things like their last year’s profits and latest product launches. Nothing is as disappointing as when a candidate oozes enthusiasm and then doesn’t even know the most basic facts and figures about a company. Here are a few places you can find some useful information: An online search The company’s website is ...
5th February 2012
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6 REAL reasons you didn’t get the job

6 REAL reasons you didn’t get the job

“What the…why….” – that kind of goes through our head when we sit there staring at the screen with yet another rejection e-mail from that Job opportunity you thought you’d have been perfect for. The interview went awesome – there was a definite vibe going on…so then what gives? Why do you keep receiving the same generic “too many applicants – good luck for the future” mail of doom?! Sometimes if you’re really lucky you may ...
5th February 2012

Five essential points to get across in an interview

Even the most confident person is likely to experience some nerves in an interview situation. In fact, research from our training partner Home Learning College shows that 55% of Brits think interviews are the worst part of finding a new job. While it’s completely normal to feel nervous, the more preparation you do, the better you will be able to show why you are the right person for the job. With that in mind, here are ...
5th February 2012

How To Nail An Interview (20 Tips)

How To Nail An Interview (20 Tips)

20 interview tips 1. 10 seconds to sell or say so long Unless your resume catches the interviewer’s eye in 10 seconds it’s over, you’re done. So the big question is how do I catch the interviewer’s eye? Here comes the best advice on how to get a Job opportunity interview you’ll ever get. Cater your resume to the Job opportunity description! I can’t stress this point enough. It’s imperative that you cater your resume ...
5th February 2012
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Sample Interview Questions: How will you answer?

Your career may depend on it… Tell me about yourself… (Your answer should contain much more about your Job opportunity skills than your personal life.) Talk about the growth of your career, what you learned from previous employment or even things like how your volunteer worked help you develop your organizational, time management and leadership skills. What are your strengths? (If you really enjoy new challenges and tackle them in an organized manner, this would ...
5th February 2012

25 IMPORTANT INTERVIEW TIPS

25 IMPORTANT INTERVIEW TIPS

Arrive a little early. If you arrive about fifteen minutes before the scheduled interview time, you will have time to collect your thoughts, wipe the perspiration from your hands, and scan the lobby for current company information.  You will also show your interviewer that you value his or her time. Do your homework. Know the interviewer’s name and how to pronounce it (including proper title: Mr., Mrs., Dr., etc.). Know the company’s major products or services, ...
5th February 2012

50 COMMON INTERVIEW Q&A

50 COMMON INTERVIEW Q&A

1. Tell me about yourself: The most often asked question in interviews. You need to have a short statement prepared in your mind. Be careful that it does not sound rehearsed. Limit it to work-related items unless instructed otherwise. Talk about things you have done and jobs you have held that relate to the position you are interviewing for. Start with the item farthest back and work up to the present. 2. Why did you leave your last job? Stay positive regardless of ...