Did you do your Homework?

Everyone one of us wants/needs to stand out when we get a coveted in-person interview.

Homework: Use Google to do some basic research. What exactly does the company do, what is there product? Where are they Headquartered at? How many employees? How many different locations do they have? And often you can find out has any of their jobs already been outsourced out of the country, or even to other companies. What are their short and long…

Great advice!! Are you available to be my life coach ? Lol you probably would be awesome !!! Thanks for some truly priceless info…

Reply 1 Like

Do not burn Bridges

When you do good, Good comes right back at you. People always remember what you said. whether good or bad but in the back of their mind, there are seeds planted of what's been done. I am not necessarily speaking of materialistic things but the little things day by day. It goes a long way! Try not to burn that bridge, you may never know what the future holds.

#ActofKindness #justthelittethings

GOD STATED in JEREMIAH 29 VERSE 11: for i know the plans i have for you and that is to prosper you and bring you no harm . but its…

Reply 0 Likes

Be on time & dress for Success.

Be on time Ready Answer questions that needs to be answered.. Dress for success.. Always know You can do it and push yourself hard.. Because I h services rocks

Brush your teeth, drink plenty of water, and don’t run red lights.

Reply 36 Likes

7 Interview Tips That Will Help You Get Hired

  1. Practice and Prepare Review the typical job interview questions employers ask and practice your answers. Strong answers are those that are specific but concise, drawing on concrete examples that highlight your skills and back up your resume. Your answers should also emphasize the skills that are most important to the employer and relevant to the position. Be sure to review the job listing, make a list of the requirements, and match them to your…


Reply 1 Like

Interview jitters

I’ve made past the phone interview and face to face and even made it to the second face to face interview but no job. I know I’m capable of doing the job. But I get nervous and lose my thoughts when ask question. How can I get past jitters???

Hi Teresa Diaz you are not alone, everyone gets nervous!!

Here are some tips to help you rock your next interview.

Don’t forget

Reply 1 Like

Just laid off in May of 2019 and needing some honest advice on a few things

I need some much needed honest advice. I have just been laid off after working for over 5 years as a: Field/Onsite/Remote Advanced Technology Support Specialistat at a large IT Managed Services provider, and I provided: Onsite and Field computer, printer, and point of sale technical support for large corporate companies and small/medium environments. I am getting back into my job search and job hunting once again and need some honest advice on a…

Well I am not that knowledgeable for that field, but I do know when it comes for interviews. The best thing is to be honest. If…

Reply 1 Like

How do you handle the waiting game?

Last week I made it to the final round of interviews for a position that is a complete dream job for me. The interview was last Thursday. Now I am playing the waiting game and trying not to psych myself out. What do you do to manage the stress and excitement? Also, I am trying really hard to tamp down my excitement in case it doesn't go my way. Any advice would be really helpful. Thanks!

Patient! Don't dwell too much. You'll get health problems like me!

Reply 9 Likes

To prep for an interview you should always...

To prepare for an interview you should always:
- make sure you know about that Company you have applied a job to, their vision, mission, the corporate values, Corporate policy statement.
- Explore all about that Company, what their products and services are, the management especially the head of that organization.
- Prepare all your original certificates, may be used for verification purposes during the interview.
- Have a copy of your CV.

This is excellent advice gladys apiyo ! Thanks for sharing it with us in the community. Your advice is very much appreciated!

Reply 1 Like

Nice day

I need to learn how to talk better on job interviews what to say and how to answer questions so I can land the job any advice will be awesome thank you

Hi Jason Olson this is a common concern for nearly EVERY job seeker so you are not alone.

Here is some advice and resources to…

Reply 15 Likes

Soft vs Technical questions in an IT support interview

what I have seemed to notice is that most of the soft questions are generally the same. But when it comes to the technical questions, this differs widely. I have done about 4 interviews since my layoff, all for different types of IT Support positions and the technical questions were all different so they were not that easy to prepare for them from one interview to the next. But I think for the technical questions they don't want to hear a…

I think that is pretty common in most fields Joseph Leibu . The questions will always vary. How do you feel you answered those…

Reply 1 Like

Ashley Wilson I always feel like I do well but for some reason I don't get the position.

Reply 0 Likes

Prepare A Presentation that Will Wow Them During Your Interview

Businesses use presentations to share information with their employees and other stakeholders. From changes to the organization chart to a new product, increases in market share and stock prices…a presentation makes it possible to inform a large audience all at once. So, it stands to reason the effective interview preparation should include presentation preparation. Furthermore, since speaking to a crowd makes many people nervous, I recommend…


Great ideas, but also I think this is dependent on the type of job someone is applying for.

Reply 1 Like
See Next


Loading Suggestions