The three most important pieces of information to convey in a job interview

You’re going to be asked quite a few questions in your next job interview. On average these meetings last about 45 minutes. They start with some ice-breaking conversation, then launch into specific questions about your work history, skills, accomplishments, and challenges. A job interview will likely end with them employer asking about your ambitions, salary…

The formula for answering any job interview question like a star

Some of the most revealing questions employers will ask you in a job interview are the ones about your past work experience and challenges. They want to know what your work style was, what you accomplished, and how you dealt with challenges. The theory is that how you have behaved in previous roles should serve…

Five things to do before leaving your job interview

Before you walk out the door after interviewing with a potential employer, make sure you have made the most of the opportunity. There are some crucial steps that many people overlook that can have a significant impact on your career success and happiness. Make sure you do these five things at your interview. Ask questions….

Four common lies employers tell job candidates

You’re not going to be 100% honest during the job search process and the interview. Oh, you won’t lie about the big things, like faking experience, but about little things, like how much you enjoyed working with everyone at your previous job, even though they were all monsters. It’s how the game is played. And…