Jobinterviewtips

  • Tips On Working With A Recruiter -- From A Recruiter

    Tips On Working With A Recruiter -- From A Recruiter

    By KELLY SERVICES Using the industry knowledge and networks of recruiters can be a critical component of any job search. A professional recruiter can offer career advice, inside knowledge of your target industry or company, compensation guidance and "cultural fit" insight on prospective employers. With the... Continue Reading

  • Top 6 Body Language Mistakes That Job Hunters Make

    Top 6 Body Language Mistakes That Job Hunters Make

    By Kenya McCullum You've worked hard to prepare for your job interview. You've practiced answering questions -- even those weird behavioral questions that interviewers tend to throw your way. You've thought about questions to ask your interviewer, and carefully selected anecdotes of your work experience that... Continue Reading

  • Interview Questions: A Greatest Hits List

    Interview Questions: A Greatest Hits List

    There are countless questions you could be asked in a job interview, ranging from the general (tell me about yourself) to the panic raisers (what kitchen appliance are you?). The thing they have in common is that for the most part they focus on a subject on which you're an expert: you. So if you do your... Continue Reading

  • Ask not what your company can do for you— Ask what you can do for your company

    Ask not what your company can do for you— Ask what you can do for your company

    One of the most common mistakes young college grads make when interviewing for a job, is conveying their personal reasons for attending the interview. There's a time to tell the complete truth, and there's a time to keep it under wraps. "This is an amazing learning opportunity," or "I truly believe this job... Continue Reading

  • The Job Interview - Know Your Company

    The Job Interview - Know Your Company

    There is an old adage that goes "Know Your Enemy". It means that you will do a better job of defeating an enemy if you know a lot about them. If your enemy is the other person trying to get the same job you are, then rewrite the adage to say "Know Your Company." If you have done enough legwork to get a job... Continue Reading

  • What Potential Employers REALLY Want to Know

    What Potential Employers REALLY Want to Know

    I'd just finished talking about the recently released unemployment numbers on Fox Business News, when the makeup artist who made me look far better than I have a right to ran up to me and said, "I need to follow your advice! I should brand myself by starting my own blog and getting business cards. I want to tell... Continue Reading