Job Interview Tips to Increase Your Confidence

Want that next job? Get the job interview tips that will increase your confidence and prepare you “Interview invitations should come with a warning: Strong feelings of excitement changing suddenly into dread are imminent upon receiving this invitation.” This statement, made by Lily Zhang, is the summation of the feelings many have journeyed through in the job search process.  You spend weeks searching and hoping to get a call or some semblance of interest from the jobs you have applied for, but when that phone call finally comes, you suddenly find yourself with knots in your stomach.  Wait…now they are interested.  What’s next?  Now it is time to prepare for the interview and prove that you are the best candidate for this job.  Several questions are commonly asked in interviews that often leave the interviewee stumped if he or she has [...]

Job Interview Tips to Increase Your Confidence2023-01-05T17:12:24-06:00

Tips to Help Nail the Interview

Six Tips to help Nail the Interview When it comes to advancing the careers of our clients, we like to go beyond providing a top-notch resume and cover letter.  We have spent a great deal of time talking with people in various industries and naturally pay attention to trends and tips in the professional world.  Today I’d like to touch on a few thoughts regarding the step after our resume gets you in the door at your ideal employer—the interview. Be on time and dress professionally.  This seems like a no-brainer, but I hear stories of these being neglected at all levels.  Give yourself adequate time to find where you need to be, and be sure to have the phone number of someone there in case you get lost.   When it comes to clothes, a shirt and tie are a minimum.  [...]

Tips to Help Nail the Interview2023-01-03T13:39:10-06:00

Top 5 Questions to Prepare For to Nail Your Next Interview

Part 5: “What kind of salary do you expect?”   As we wrap up this blog series today, we are contemplating one of the toughest issues that job candidates will face in an interview, the discussion of salary. What kind of salary do you expect? What’s your bottom dollar when it comes to being compensated for your job? What salary range are you interested in?   The question can be asked in several different ways, but the answers must have little room for variance. This topic must be well thought out as you prepare for your big interview, and you must be very confident and direct as you ready yourself to approach the mention of salary.   An important point to remember is that it will be in your best interest to avoid answering any question pertaining to a desired salary [...]

Top 5 Questions to Prepare For to Nail Your Next Interview2015-07-17T16:26:57-05:00