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Hello! I have a question, what is the best way to answer the question So, what happened with your last job? Especially if you got terminated from that job?

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So you can answer this question in sevveral ways

1: the position was not allowing me to utilize my skins
2: I decided to move on…

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When i get interviewed i get stucked

Ok when the manager asked me what made you apply for this job and why I get stuck on not knowing what to say or on a question like what can you bring to this company I get stuck again please help

Mock interviews are really helpful. It gives you a chance to practice your answers with someone who isn't actually making a…

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I need to come up with a better answer to this popular but dreaded interview question… “Tell me about yourself?” I hate it when they ask me this question! It's so frustrating trying to decipher exactly what the interviewer is looking for in my answer. I usually respond with a brief summary of my education background, job history, and skills but all that’s information employers already see on my resume. I feel like I’m wasting an opportunity to…

That question is designed for you to sell yourself. They want to know how you have been successful in helping boost previous…

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Be very careful

This is a landmine question. I was let go from my last job and 2x's in interviews I have cratered on this question. Best option from my standpoint, a new management team came in and they are bringing in their people. This in my opinion is best so your not saying it didn't like my boss which make the employer thing what if they don't like, they might just leave. Best to put it on the boss that they came in and they are bringing in their…

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That is definitely a difficult question Jeff.

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Interview

Is there a right or wrong reason to answer the question as to why you want to leave your current job? When I go on a interview, my reason for wanting a new job is for advancement but I sometimes feel like that's not a good answer. Any suggestions?

As an HR Manager, I'd suggest being able to align your reason to why you want THE job you're interviewing for. That tells me you…

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Questions to ask at the end of an interview

I just found this list of questions you can ask at the end of a job interview: http://www.businessinsider.com/questions-to-ask-at-end-of-job-interview-2016-4

Asking these questions demonstrate that you have an interest in the job, and may help give you an edge over other candidates who might not seem as engaged. Maybe choose a few that you are genuinely curious about. Remember, you are interviewing the company too!

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Dave,

Thanks. Even though I study the company and the business, I usually always struggle with questions to ask at the end of an…

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Today's "Weekly Interview Prep" Question: How do you deal with pressure or stressful situations?

Today's Weekly Interview Prep Question: How do you deal with pressure or stressful situations?

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The world still spinning rather you are or not. Lifes Stress, jobs and life are different problems in the same category…

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Today's "Weekly Interview Prep" Question: What word best describes you and why?

Today's Weekly Interview Prep Question: What word best describes you and why?

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Tenacious-determination, because the more obstacles in a project are encountered the more determined and collaborative with team…

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Today's "Weekly Interview Prep" Question: Tell me about a challenge you faced in your last role, and how you overcame it.

Today's Weekly Interview Prep Question: Tell me about a challenge you faced in your last role, and how you overcame it.

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veteran

Feeling burned, stressed, and over-worked to meet production deadlines. I always felt pressured to volunteer for overtime in order…

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That is a great idea Nathan! I think you handled that really well!

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Is this a legitimate interview question?

I’ve often been asked if I’m married on interviews. I can’t tell if it’s a job related question or a pick-up line. Is this a legal interview question? How should I respond without ruining my application status?

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Hi Shelby, so sorry you've been experiencing this level of un-professionalism during interviews. Asking about your marital status…

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