Top 10 Questions to Prepare for before a Job Interview

Top 10 Questions to Prepare for before a Job Interview Do you remember the day when you went on a blind date and failed miserably because you weren’t prepared? This can be thousand times worse if you go for an interview unprepared. You have to impress your potential boss and, acing the interview is the best way to leave a mark. Following is the list of questions to consider while preparing to champion your interview. 1.     Describe yourself The most clichéd of all the questions! Believe me; they are not interested in your name and education. They have your resume for that. Show them what is in your casket. 2.     What are your strengths and weaknesses? This is not as complicated as it may sound. Do not play modest. You have to be extremely articulate on this one. The trick is to sound honest. 3.     Why did you leave your>>>

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10 Crimes You Must Never Commit In An Interview

10 CRIMES YOU MUST NEVER COMMIT IN AN INTERVIEW Everyone takes years to sharpen their skills in their area of specialization. We spent plenty of time writing and re-writing our CV and now when it comes to attending an interview, cautions must be taken not to do anything wrong since it will cost you the job. Anything impressive must be done but still with limits lest you overdo it. Never answer a call No one will ever excuse you to take your call since you had all the time to attend to whatever you wanted before the interview. Better still, you will when out of the room. So make sure your phone is in silent mode during the interview. Never lie Every institution wishes to recruit honest individuals because they will be trusted with however small the company’s resources would be. If the potential employer detects even the slightest lie>>>

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Dos And Don’ts When In For An Interview

DOS AND DON’TS WHEN IN FOR AN INTERVIEW Whether new in the job seeking industry or senior in it, mentioning the word interview causes ripples and butterflies in the stomach sometimes, a running stomach for the weak. The reason for this is because it is the most integral and determinant part of whether your response will be ‘welcome aboard’ or ‘it was great having you, we have your CV in our databases and will contact you should an opportunity arise’. When you receive an invitation for an interview, consider doing and avoiding the following: DOS Dress appropriately. This does not mean that if you are in an interview for, say, an engineer, u should be adorned in an apron. It means the clothing you wear should reflect a successful person in his career. Neatly pressed and respectful clothing. Greet your interviewer with a steady handshake. It should not be weak>>>

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