One of the toughest interview questions isn’t even a question. It’s the simple loaded statement “So, tell me about yourself”. We all hear that and suddenly panic as if we haven’t known ourselves for 18+ years, but really we just don’t know what to say.
“What do you know about our company?”
This is an easy one to get wrong. After all, maybe you’re super excited about the interview. Maybe you’ve focused on other important questions.
There are two questions that interviewees hate: why did you leave your last job and what are your salary expectations?
Well, you did it. You made a great resume, you sent it out, you followed up and now you’ve accepted a job interview…and the job looks perfect. Now to land the job.
Receiving a job offer with an offer letter is a great step in the right direction during your job search. It is a sign that the job application process went really well, and you shined amongst the rest of the candidates.
It’s not easy to figure out what to wear to an interview, and clothing choices may vary depending on the company and position you are applying for. But there are some simple guidelines that will help you make a smart choice every time.
Let’s say you feel that the interview you have been called for isn’t exactly the job you thought it was, so you’d prefer to decline the invitation to interview… we’ve got you! We know just how to decline an interview.
Although formally accepting a job offer may seem like a simple task, it requires a little more thought and effort than you may have originally believed. Seeing as this process isn’t as easy as you may have hoped, this blog is going to guide you on how to accept a job offer the correct and professional way.
Getting a call back from an employer for a job you’ve applied for means that it’s time to prepare to shine. Be sure to check out these interview tips to ace your interview and land your dream job.
An ideal interview is one in which there is a productive exchange between the interviewer and the candidate. Hence it is normal and expected for you to have some questions to ask interviewers.