Tag: interviewtips

  • How College Grads Flub Interviews, Fail On The Job  [Infographic]

    How College Grads Flub Interviews, Fail On The Job [Infographic]

    The current dearth of jobs may seem reason enough for the recent batch of 2 million college graduates to put their best foot forward when interviewing for jobs. But many of them are failing to make the grade, according to the 2012 "Professionalism in the Workplace Study" from York College of Pennsylvania... Continue Reading

  • Five Key Words that Can Help Land the Job

    Five Key Words that Can Help Land the Job

    An interview is a competition. How do you win? You have to sell yourself as effectively as possible. An important component of that sales pitch is the implementation of a few key words that will grab the attention of your interviewer. Through my personal experience of being interviewed, interviewing others... Continue Reading

  • Why Do They Ask That in an Interview?

    Why Do They Ask That in an Interview?

    CareerBuilder Going into a job interview is difficult enough, but trying to figure out the meaning behind some questions just adds to the anxiety of job-hunting. Sometimes seemingly simply questions will have a hidden agenda, but more often than not, the interviewer is trying to gauge your true interest in... Continue Reading

  • Your greatest weakness better be a

    Your greatest weakness better be a "strength in disguise"

    The interview is your one opportunity to convince the employer that you are the best candidate for the job. Don't get tripped up on questions designed to separate the good applicants from the BEST applicants. For example, here's a question I had on an interview "What would you say is your greatest weakness?... Continue Reading

  • Have an Interview? There's an App for That!

    Have an Interview? There's an App for That!

    Have you heard about Job Interview? It's a new application that offers personal interview coaching right from your iPhone. The app has 100 of the most common interview questions and even allows you to add your own questions. However, what I really like about Job Interview is that it records your responses so you... Continue Reading