Predict your own interview success
Interviews are more predictable than you think. An expert explains how to use that to your advantage.
Why did you leave your last job?
It’s one of the trickiest interview questions and requires a certain amount of tact.
Say goodbye to those interview jitters
You’re seconds from going into that all-important job interview when you're struck by fear and nerves.
Video & Telephone Interviews
As companies recruit internationally, interviewing methods have changed to incorporate video conferencing & telephone interviews.
Negotiating salary can be tricky in an interview
How to sidestep the salary debate in that job interview.
Interview Tips from the Experts
The interview is the final hurdle in the process of marketing yourself successfully.
Do your homework
How to access the company you are thinking of moving to.
The 25 Top Interview Questions
Whether you're the interviewer or the interviewee, you should review this list of 25 top interview questions.
Is that your best offer?
Dealing with the salary question is often the most difficult interview question facing jobseekers.
Job Interview Follow-Up Dos and Donts
Don’t just sit back and wait for that job offer after you’ve done the interview.
You've made it past the first step in the selection process and now you’re ready for the second interview.
Give your job application an extra boost by following up with a thank-you note.
Being Overqualified for the Job
It’s the perfect example of a catch-22; you need qualifications to get a job, but having too many is a problem.
“Why haven't they called?”
The Waiting Game after an interview. Don’t let enthusiastic persistence cross the thin line into desperate annoyance.
That All-Important Job Interview, 10 Ways to blow it
Job candidates can fall for the fallacy that showing up at the interview and answering questions is all that is required.
Is the biggest interview blunder to show up late?
No. The most common one is insufficient company research.
How can you prepare for aptitude tests?
Because employers will use tests when they need to reduce headcount, your future may depend on your ability to pass them.
“Do you have any questions?”
What to say when it’s your turn to ask questions in an interview.
What You are NOT Saying during the Interview
Career Expert Says Pay Attention to Body Language When Meeting Prospective Employers.
The Interviewer shouldn’t be the only one asking questions
Job interviews should be filled with probing questions, not just from the interviewer, but from the jobseeker.
How to answer the “weakness” question in an interview
The interviewer won’t be impressed with classics like “I’m a perfectionist”, “I'm a slave to my job" or "I'm a workaholic."
How to ask for more money and better benefits
Improving a Job Offer: When it's time to negotiate the finer points of a job offer doing some research first can pay off.