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  • The Interview is the second most essential element in securing a job. If you're not ready for it then you should not be there. The impression left during an interview is the conversion factor.

    How to Have a Good Interview

    How to Have a Good Interview

    by Shan S Haider0

  • There are many jobs in Thailand available for foreign teachers but you'll need to be armed with some information to help you sort through them.

    How to Interview for a Job in Thailand

    How to Interview for a Job in Thailand

    by Eastward2

  • It's the end of the interview and you've dazzled, but now the interviewer asks you what questions you have. You want to sound smart but your mind just went blank, so what can you ask? Here are 20 great questions to ask at the end of an interview, you shouldn't need all 20 but at least you've got plenty to choose from.

    20 Great Questions to Ask at the End of an Interview

    20 Great Questions to Ask at the End of an Interview

    by Beth Pipe5

  • You've submitted your application and have just gotten a call for an interview. How can you prepare to ace that job interview? One of the best job interview tips you can follow is to prepare for the questions you will be asked. You may not know...

    How to Answer 5 of the Most Common Job Interview Questions

    How to Answer 5 of the Most Common Job Interview Questions

    by jm72writes7

  • While having the right qualifications for a job is very important, it does not automatically mean you will be offered the job. Learn how to ace a job interview.

    How to Ace a Job Interview

    How to Ace a Job Interview

    by John Coviello2

  • For a job interview, are you prepared to answer every crazy, impossible question without exposing your flaws? Prepare for your interview by reading these right answers to those very wrong questions.

    Weird and Wacky Job Interview Questions and Answers

    Weird and Wacky Job Interview Questions and Answers

    by Patty Inglish MS124

  • The trick of interviewing for any job, never mind teaching, naturally lies in knowing what your interviewers are looking for. That said, with a teaching position in particular, you should ask yourself if you really want to fit that mold. You shouldn't go into teaching just because you need work. You shouldn't necessarily become what it is your interviewers want, because there's no way to sustain that pretense once the school year begins.

    12 Tips for a Successful Teaching Job Interview

    12 Tips for a Successful Teaching Job Interview

    by shogan13

  • You may have mailed 1,000 resumes to different companies and not received a single response. Some people go on the street and wear a billboard advertising themselves for work. And there are a couple more ways to secure an interview: remember Targets, Telephones, and Tactics for Two.

    Being a Human Billboard, Plus Other Ways to Get a Job Interview

    Being a Human Billboard, Plus Other Ways to Get a Job Interview

    by Patty Inglish MS18

  • You may know yourself pretty well, but you'll need to stop and think when you're asked to describe yourself during a job interview. Should you describe only your positives and risk sounding like you're bragging? Or should you share some negative things as well?

    How to Describe Yourself During a Job Interview

    How to Describe Yourself During a Job Interview

    by Chitrangada Sharan45

  • This article includes tips from a hiring manager on how to maintain that great, first impression on an interview.

    How to Nail That Interview!

    How to Nail That Interview!

    by Krissy1

  • Whether you’ve recently lost your job, or just in the market for something new, job hunting can be a time consuming, unsure and painful undertaking. Take the time to prepare and you'll have much higher chances of landing that next great job you're looking for.

    How to Prepare for a Successful Job Search

    How to Prepare for a Successful Job Search

    by Ashley Gray0

  • When there are things in your past that are not so good, employers may be hesitant. Applicants need to focus on the skills and talents that would make them a valuable member of their team.

    How to Get a Job Despite Bad Past Employment History

    How to Get a Job Despite Bad Past Employment History

    by Christine McDade7

  • Interviewing for a job can be a very nerve-wracking experience. If you're anything like me, you will never fully overcome your nerves and that's okay. In order to compensate for your nerves though, the best thing you can do is prepare.

    Answering Interview Questions Using the STAR Method

    Answering Interview Questions Using the STAR Method

    by MTSonnenberg21

  • If you have been invited for an interview or are expecting to be invited soon, the following tips can help you erase your fears and doubts and have the confidence you need to make an impressive and winning delivery. So here goes!

    Six Brilliant Job Interview Tips

    Six Brilliant Job Interview Tips

    by Michael Duncan0

  • Learn how to prepare for a technical interview, whether its an engineering, IT, or software role. Conduct research and read about the most common types of technical interview questions.

    How to Prepare for Technical Interview Questions

    How to Prepare for Technical Interview Questions

    by Katy Medium0

  • This article includes helpful interview tips for teens looking for jobs. Includes possible questions you may be asked and questions you can ask during interviews.

    Job Interview Tips for Teens

    Job Interview Tips for Teens

    by Karen Hellier105

  • Interviews can be nerve-wracking. The interviewer wants to learn all about you, and see if your skills and personality match the vacancy. Prepare ahead and you will improve your chance of getting that dream job.

    Ace That Job Interview: Prepare for Success

    Ace That Job Interview: Prepare for Success

    by Beth Eaglescliffe0

  • Interviews can be daunting even if you have spent hours preparing for them. The best way to structure your answers is, in my experience, the STAR approach. This has increased my own success rate at interviews considerably.

    How the STAR Approach Can Lead to Interview Success

    How the STAR Approach Can Lead to Interview Success

    by Sarah0

  • This bizarre interviewing tactic is growing in popularity. Know what to expect before walking into a stress interview.

    How to Survive a Stress Interview

    How to Survive a Stress Interview

    by Cebrina Young0

  • What are common interview questions that may have tricky answers? How should you dress? This article will provide some helpful information to help you prepare for your interview for the healthcare field.

    How to Prepare for a Nursing Job Interview

    How to Prepare for a Nursing Job Interview

    by AnniesHealthTalk3

  • Getting a job is one thing, but getting the career you really want is going to take a little more legwork. So if you're wondering how to get a good job, then look no further, these tips have you covered.

    How to Get a Good Job in 7 Simple Steps

    How to Get a Good Job in 7 Simple Steps

    by Robert P Sullivan0

  • We have at least ten different styles of interviews for employment in Western culture, with additional types emerging every few years. This information will help with understanding these processes and preparing for them.

    Top 10 Types of Job Interviews

    Top 10 Types of Job Interviews

    by Patty Inglish MS8

  • Good communication skills include the art and science of asking the right questions. This article explains the difference between open questions, closed questions, factual, and leading questions. Learn where and how to use them in different circumstances to achieve the results you want.

    The Importance of Questions in Communication Skills

    The Importance of Questions in Communication Skills

    by DreamerMeg20

  • In this article, I will point out some of the often-overlooked opportunities that job candidates miss trying to stand out from the crowd when trying to land a new job.

    How to Nail Your Job Interview

    How to Nail Your Job Interview

    by Jeff Whitemore0

  • Going into an interview prepared with questions to ask your interviewer is a chance to display what a standout candidate you are. The questions you ask will also help you get to know more about the position or company you are considering for employment.

    When an Interviewer Asks,

    When an Interviewer Asks, "Do You Have Any Questions?"

    by Nilza Marie Santana-Castillo4

  • Job applicants in interviews are critically observed from the time they enter the building to the time they leave—sometimes even in the parking lot (I was). Here are the qualities bosses want to see in you.

    Top 10 Qualities to Show in Job Interviews

    Top 10 Qualities to Show in Job Interviews

    by Patty Inglish MS56

  • What are good communication skills? Almost every job posting these days says candidates must have good communication skills. Here's how to show your future employer you've got what they want!

    How to Demonstrate Good Communication Skills

    How to Demonstrate Good Communication Skills

    by Sally Hayes0

  • You are about to attend a job interview. What are the questions that you need to prepare to ask the interviewer? In this article, you will learn how best to respond when they enquire "Do you have any questions for us?"

    Five Important Questions to Ask in a Job Interview

    Five Important Questions to Ask in a Job Interview

    by Michael Duncan0

  • Looking to move out of retail or the hospitality field into an office job? What do hiring managers look for in a prospective candidate? Do you have what it takes? Find out!

    How to Interview for an Office Job

    How to Interview for an Office Job

    by Peg Cole24

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