Monday, October 24, 2016

Caught Off Guard: Interview Questions You May Not Be Expecting...and How to Respond

Are you REALLY, FULLY prepared for your upcoming interview? Maybe, but probably not.

You can never be totally ready for what they sling at you, but you can have a leg up.

The following article from gives you some interesting notes on what you might be asked in today's competitive job market.

Click Here: 8 Interview Tests You Might Actually Be Asked to Do on the Spot

Saturday, October 22, 2016

The Virtual Interview: You Can Be The Best!

Virtual interview training, along with person to person training, is essential in landing the job these days.

This article can show you how to prepare for virtual interviews and have a leg up on the competition.

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Are You Good on TV? Webcam Interviews on the Rise

Appearing in front of a camera--any camera--can make some people feel terribly nervous. Is that you?

You may need to change your attitude about showing up in video and on Skype!

This article will help you navigate the New Norm when it comes to interviews. It's no longer enough to shake hands and put your Oscar winning smile to work for you. You may need a director!

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Click here: Webcam job interviews increase in popularity

From the article:
     As if the interview process wasn't nerve-wracking enough, job seekers are increasingly facing another challenge, the webcam interview.
     The trend, now being used by some New Zealand firms, originated in the US where it's become particularly popular with the big retailers such as Walmart and finance houses like Deloitte and the major airlines...
For more on this web cam interview thing, check out the following story:

Click here: The Rise of the (Truly Awful) Web Cam Job Interview

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

How to Ask the Right Questions to Get the Best Job Offer

Your questions matter, too. Sometimes more...

You prepare, you rehearse, you arrive. The interviewer asks you all kinds of questions. You nail them all.

But have you nailed the job? Do you even want this particular job? How will you know if you don't ask good questions yourself?

Here's an article from you might find enlightening.

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Three Types Of Interview Questions To Get A Job You'll Love

By Pollyanna Pixton

From the article:

"It starts with the question any good interviewer asks near the end of the interview, 'Do you have any questions for me?' At this point, you will have a good feel if they want you to work in their organization but do you want to work there? Let’s look at some questions that you can ask that might help you get some insights into how the company works and the environment...."

Remember, there are nearly six million available jobs out there right now. You don't have to settle!