Prepare for a Video Job Interview

Get ready for the interviewer to see a lot more than just your CV. If you are not entirely comfortable on camera, it’s time to take steps to fix that. Your next job could depend on it. Not because you’re going to switch careers and get into movies or broadcasting or reality TV, but because …
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How to answer: “Tell me about yourself”

Simple questions can sometimes create awkward moments if not prepared for properly. For example, “Tell me about yourself” should be a simple proposition, yet this common interview question continues to stump candidates of all experience levels. It can be argued that this is partly down to the question’s open-ended nature as it’s not immediately obvious …
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What are good weaknesses for a job interview?

Admitting weaknesses to someone you hope will give you a job can seem counterintuitive, but answering this question strongly and honestly can take you from being a good applicant to a great one. Answer badly and you could scupper the whole interview. “What is your biggest weakness?” It’s one of the most common interview questions …
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7 Signs Your Job Interview is Going Badly

Job interviews are nerve-wracking, and you can’t predict how they are going to go. Most of the time, you’ll be able to relax into your interview and may even end up enjoying yourself. However, sometimes your job interview may take a turn for the worse. So, how can you tell if your job interview is …
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9 Mistakes That Make Job Seekers Look Sloppy

When you’re searching for a new role, sometimes the smallest details can cost you a job offer. This may seem unfair, however, when it comes to making the final decision if the employer has a couple of fantastic candidates to choose from the little things can make a big difference. If you’re focused on your …
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Prove You Can Do The Job, Even Without Direct Experience

“Tell me about a time you….” When you are considering a career change, you may be nervous about getting asked direct questions in an interview about experiences you haven’t had. However, knowing that an interviewer will likely address any obvious gaps in your background, the best thing you can do is prepare in advance. Essentially, …
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