This article explores the ways to make a great impression in a job interview through self-preparation and strategically answering top interview questions.
Career advancement is key to your work-life satisfaction. Understanding what it is and how it helps you is essential to achieving your career goals.
What career is right for me? That is a question we all turn to at some point in our professional journey. Perhaps we doubt the path we’ve chosen for ourselves. Perhaps we are just getting started and don’t know where to find our passion. Or perhaps we are burned out in our current role and seeking new challenges. Whatever the case, this guide will help you in your journey to find a new career that is right for you!
After waiting eagerly to hear back about the job application you submitted weeks ago, you have finally received word that you’re invited for an interview. Congratulations! You have made it through the hardest part of the job search, only a small percentage of applicants for any given position make it to this stage.
So, you’ve applied for a job, your resume has made it past the applicant tracking system, and you have received an interview call. Great! But how will you stand out among all other job applicants, put your best foot forward during the interview, and prove to be the rockstar new hire your (prospective) employer is looking for? Well, the answer lies in the STAR interview method.
You’ve done the hard work of creating a great resume and submitting it for appropriate jobs that match your talents, experience, and career goals. It’s paid off because you’ve beaten other job seekers and received an interview request! You’re overjoyed to receive a response and excited to reply immediately.
You are starting your employment search, and just like so many others, you start with your resume. You blow the cobwebs off and begin the task of updating your resume with your most recent jobs, skills, and education. The only thing left to do now is to add your references to the resume. But how do you list references on your resume?
Your past accomplishments are often an indication of your future potential. Behavioral interview questions seek to get to the bottom of your career stories. It is well worth preparing some impressive answers in advance.
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When you get called for an interview, you might feel a mix of emotions including excitement, fear and probably everything else in between, but you should feel proud of yourself as getting in the door is an accomplishment in itself. But you also have to prepare realistically as this is where the hard work begins.