6 Tips to Prepare for a Remote Interview

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Because you don’t have to physically show up for the interview, it’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking that remote interview is much easier than the in-person version. However, this is far from the truth.   Remote interviews were already becoming increasingly common as companies expanded their remote workforce. The coronavirus pandemic has only… Read more »

How to Draw Great Examples from Your Experience During a Job Interview 

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When you walk into a job interview, there’s just one thing an interviewer wants to know: What can you do for us?  The best way to answer that question is to give examples of what you have done for past employers. When you give examples of the good work you’ve done in the past, it impresses an interviewer… Read more »

Why a Mock Interview Can Get You Your Next Job

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Why a Mock Interview Can Get You Your Next Job

Like it or not, an interview is a kind of performance, and therefore – it’s helpful to get a lot of practice in before the real deal. The best athletes, musicians and actors practice over and over before they hit the field or the stage. These performers go through so much repetition; it reduces the… Read more »

What’s the Right Way to Answer “Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years?”

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  Right up there with “Tell me about yourself” and “Name you biggest weakness,” the question about a professional five-year plan is one of the most popular interview questions going right now. While it might seem a bit mundane, the question is actually a great opportunity for you to show your ambition and hint at… Read more »

How to Prove You’re a Hard Worker in Your Interview

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How to Prove You're a Hard Worker

For anyone in management, hard work from an employee is the great equalizer.  The best workers don’t have every bit of relevant experience or an impeccable arsenal of impressive skills. The best employees work hard and really hustle to get the job done right. Because this attribute is so valuable, it’s important to show an… Read more »

The Right Way to Talk About Your Last Job in an Interview

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  You know its coming: That question about your last job. If you left your last employer on bad terms, you will probably dread talking about it during your next job interview. To be fair, it can be very difficult to find a way to spin an unfortunate situation, regardless of whether you quit or… Read more »

How to Answer the Tricky “Tell Me About Yourself” Interview Question

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  It sounds like an innocent request. “Tell me about yourself.” However, your response to this in an interview could be bad enough to sink your chances of landing that job you’ve been after. The difficult thing about telling an interviewer about yourself is it’s a very open question. Should you talk only about your… Read more »