Tag: interview advice

Traditional Job Seeker Advice Applicable Today

Traditional job seeker advice stills applies–tailor your resume, focus on networking, don’t oversell your skills and do your research. Follow these tips and when it comes time to interview, it will be like you’re already a part of the team. Learn more tips on improving your job search from Holland’s Jason Schenkel! For additional resources . . . Read More

Interview Questions You Can (Almost Always) Expect to Answer

Sweaty palms, racing thoughts, shaking hands… These symptoms sound all too familiar if you’ve ever experienced pre-interview jitters – and chances are you have. Rather than letting your nerves get the best of you (and possibly having a negative effect on your interview), take the extra time to prepare. Perhaps the most important step of . . . Read More

Success Is Calling | How To Prepare For A Phone Interview

If you’ve searched for a job within the last few years, you’ve likely been asked to do a phone interview. No longer just for out-of-town applicants, phone interviews often act as a prequalification process for recruiters to see if you are a viable candidate they should pursue further. Sounds easy-breezy, right? Lying on your couch, . . . Read More

Tips for Veterans on Interview Prep from Intel

Preparing for a job interview can help you outshine other candidates, but it’s anyone’s guess as to what questions might be asked. For veterans, behavioral questions around your individual contributions might seem difficult to address. In this video with Intel’s Rob Polston, you’ll hear some examples of different questions you might be asked, and receive . . . Read More

Improper Interview Questions and How to Handle Them

This post was provided by Claudia Allen, writer and editor at the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). NACE connects campus recruiting and career services professionals, and provides best practices, trends, research, professional development, and conferences. When you interview for a job, your prospective employer will ask questions—on the job application, during the interview, . . . Read More

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