Preparing for a Job Interview So You Stand Out From the Competition
Tips for preparing for a job interview - Learn how to predict the questions and techniques an employer is likely to use at your next interview, so you can be well prepared to make a great impression.
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7 Psychological Tricks to Use in an Interview
When it comes to job interviews, how you act can make as much of a difference as what you say. While interviewers consciously take note of the answers you provide, your body language reveals...
Levo League - Community for Gen Y Women
An interview Checklist with ten simple and sweet tips to remember before going into the interview for your dream job!
Authenticity and Passion: The Two Most Important Keys to Every Job Search | Career Contessa
When you're on the job hunt, it's tempting to tell interviewers what they want to hear. We argue for authenticity instead.
How to Use Body Language to Score Big in a Job Interview [INFOGRAPHIC]
Body language is crucial if you want to do well in your next job interview - it can help HR managers identify possible future issues that they may
Your Pre-Interview Guide #infographic
The path to landing your dream job starts before you ever sit down for a face-to-face interview. If you want to stand out to potential employers, you’ll need to do some homework.
What You Should Do if You’re Stumped in an Interview
Keep these tips in mind the next time you're strapped for an answer in an interview.
How to Ace the “What Are Your Strengths?” Interview Question
It is the most cliched of all interview questions: What are your strengths? It usually arrives with its tricky little friend, “What are your weaknesses?” in tow. If you’re like me, you answer...
You know the feeling. You’ve worked hard for an interview or a group discussion. You attend and clear the group discussion round. But at the time of an interview, all you do is sweat, fidget or go blank! You fail. Sometimes you just feel stuck. You’re doing everything “you should be doing” but not really …
Make a Great Impression on Your Interviewer in 10 Minutes
The first few minutes of an interview are crucial and can be a make-or-break factor. First impressions are really important and will last long after you leave