If you’re out there looking for a job, and you have a list of your absolute dream companies, your number 1 priority is probably finding out how to get your foot in the door at one of them. The first step to doing that is naturally applying for jobs and then interviewing for them. But one tricky part of the job search process is actually finding out about these opportunities. People often wonder “Do companies post all of their jobs online?” and tend to have a suspicion that they’re missing out.
Common interview question: Why are you interested in this job? / Why did you apply to this job/role? Why your interviewer is asking this question: In addition to figuring out why you want to work at the company, they want to know why you want to take on this particular job. Basically, how excited are you about it? And what’s motivating you to want to do it?
How to get your online presence ready for the interview process. A guest post by Alicia Lawrence.
This post is about how to write a cold email that will land you an interview – and what separates a good one from a bad one.
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