We all know the classics: bringing up salary right away, speaking poorly of your former employer, and the inexcusable “Excuse me while I take this call.” Here are five more items to add to that list.
The best things you can say in an interview won’t necessarily get you the job on their own, but they can certainly pave the way. Keep these five things in mind as you go through the interviewing process to give yourself the best chance at landing the job.
At the end of every job interview, the interviewer will probably ask if you have any questions. What you ask can tell them a lot about you as a candidate and whether you’d be a good fit.
Here are 5 questions that can make a bad impression on your interviewer, scuttling your chances for getting the job.
What really energizes you in your work? After a little soul-searching, you'll be able to tell the interviewer.
Going for an admin job? Be at the top of your game -- and emerge as the top candidate -– by being ready to answer these common admin interview questions.
Going for a project manager job? Expect questions like these about your technical competence, business methodology and people skills.
Interview questions can run the gamut. It's unlikely you'll face all 100 of these, but you should still be prepared to answer at least some of them.
Want to rock your retail sales interview? Get ready by preparing and rehearsing your answers to the sample interview questions on this list.
Here are 10 common interview questions you can expect to be asked and advice on how you can craft effective responses.