As silly as these interview responses may sound they are all based on true stories. There's no telling what you will say when you are nervous and unprepared. Don't make these mistakes.
Fall In Love With Your Work Again
Everyone wants work that they are enthusiastic and engaged with, even passionate about. Remember that feeling that you had upon receiving an offer to that job that you really wanted. The excitement of the new position with all the possibilities for growth and accomplishment ahead of you. Perhaps the dream job with promises of professional rewards that would follow as you rise with the organization.
That was... see more
I went to an interview last week. There were two people doing the actual interviewing. One of them was very nice and smiled while asking the questions. The other person made the interview extremely uncomfortable. They cut me off during some answers and just seemed really snappy with the questions. It was like they didn't want to be there. I asked some of the other applicants that were there, and they said the same thing about their interview... see more
Have you really stop and ask yourself WHY you're Passover for that Job? Could it be that you were not honest on your resume and in the interview?
Always tell the truth! It’s that simple. When you are telling the truth you don’t have to make anything up or recollect what you said during your phone interview or wrote on your application. The truth is always the same and it doesn’t change.
Honesty would provide for open communication and will... see more
You'll definitely encounter this question during your next interview, so make sure you know how to answer it!
In this video, Linda breaks down the ‘why did you leave your last job’ answer. Why did you leave your job is an important question and if you want to know the why did you leave your last job answer then I discuss that here. The best answer for leaving a job is always telling the truth. I'll help you explain if anyone asks why did you leave your previous job. Watch my video as I discuss scenarios and how to approach why did you leave your last job... see more
THOSE questions. How you answer them is key to winning the job! Here's how to be prepared: https://www.kfadvance.com/watercooler/job-hunt/how-to-tackle-5-interview-trap-questions #jobsearch #interview
This question relates to the same interview that I referenced in my previous post. While looking at my resume, the interviewer said,
My, you have been working for a looong time. Then she hesitated as if she expected a response. I responded,
Yes, I have. Do you all think she was fishing for my age or just making chit chat? How would you have responded? I have not job searched in 14 years, so these non-traditional interview questions are new to... see more
What is a great way to close an interview without sounding too pushy?
If you have a job interview coming up, Don wants to give you 12 of his best questions to ask in a job interview so you’ll sound smart and you’ll look interested in the job. So, how do you know what’s a good question to ask? Well, you want to ask questions that are going to help you make a decision about whether you want this job or not.
For starters, never ask stupid questions. Now, I know you’ve been told your whole life, people tell you... see more