We’ve all been there. We wait anxiously and don’t hear back after a job interview – at least not right away. What does that really mean?
A post on how to answer the common interview question “why should we hire you?” This question is asking for prior research paired with extreme confidence.
In the realm of interview tips this one may be obvious, but here’s a story and some reasons about why you shouldn’t friend your interviewer on facebook.
Here are my top four tips for dealing with negative job interview questions without shooting yourself in the foot. Read the full article on Levo League.
This week’s post on dressing for different types of interviews got us thinking about the very special set of rules that apply to the fashion industry. When interviewing at fashion companies, I often get the question “Should I wear the brand?” The answer is YES!
A comprehensive guide of the questions to ask in an informational interview in order to get the most out of it, and increase your chances of getting a job.
One of the most common “negative interview questions” is this one: Tell me about a time when you’ve worked with a difficult manager or boss.
Here’s a post on how to schedule a job interview. It seems like a simple task, but it is the first impression that you are going to make on the interview.
When you’re asked to do a sample project as part of an interview, how can you be sure that your interviewer isn’t going to steal your ideas?