Interview Tips

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In today’s highly competitive job market, the hard work of finding and landing one’s dream job can often lead to disappointment and despondency which can cause applicants to drop the ball when they finally get invited for an interview. 


You walk into the interview room, make eye contact with your interviewer, and shake hands firmly and confidently. Everything is going as expected until you sit down and knock coffee all over the table.


Confidence, qualifications, experience and attitude are the main things that make an impression during a job interview. 


A first impression is often the last impression. This is ultimately true when it comes to job interviews. Here are some tips on how to make a good impression at an interview.


If you thought an interview was all about trying to strategically answer a bunch of questions that will possibly get you into the next phase of the interview process, then think again. The interview will ask if you have any questions for them, here's what to ask.


You’re in a job interview and it’s going well, and then you get asked the final question: What sets you apart from other candidates? Why should we hire you over others?


Interviewing for a management-level job is usually quite different from the usual job interview that most of us have experienced. Here's a guide to having a successful interview for a management-level position.

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