One of the most dreaded interview questions that candidates get asked is, “What’s Your Worst Work Trait?” How can you answer this question honestly without sabotaging your chances at getting hired?
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Nothing is more deflating than arriving to a job interview and discovering that you are just one in a long list of candidates. Your best chance to get selected is to somehow make yourself stand out from the crowd. Try one or more of these methods to stand out in your next job interview.
The little things can wreck a job interview, even for otherwise qualified candidates. After you’ve researched the company and practiced answering typical interview questins, don’t blow your chances with one of these deadly mistakes.
The competition for jobs can be pretty stiff and getting yourself to the top of the list of candidates is no easy task. If you’ve already leaped the first hurdle and landed yourself an interview, here are four things you should avoid during the interview to give you the best chance of outshining the competition.
Job interviews are like competitions. The successful job candidates are those who distinguish themselves from their peers by demonstrating skill, wit, creativity and likability in the interview. Using proper etiquette is an important part of displaying these characteristics. Using proper etiquette in a job interview shows that you have the people skills it takes to be a valuable employee and a team player. Follow these etiquette tips to help you make a good first impression and land the job you want. Continue reading »
After you’ve worked hard to put together a smart resume that speaks highly of your experience and skills, you could be facing an interview. Of course this is great news, but an interview is much like a first impression and it often holds a lot of weight with the employer who is looking for the perfect candidate. Continue reading »