How many times have you come out of an interview feeling that everything has gone well, only to discover that you didn’t get the job? If you are like most people it has happened to you several times, and each time it happens feels disheartening and perplexing.
Interviews are unpredictable. There is no way of knowing everything you will be asked. But although the questions will vary, there are several common themes that you can prepare answers to. Mostly the interview will cover your work history and why you are suited to the job. You may get asked about your education, hobbies and interests. Read more…
Being invited to interview is a major achievement. You would normally expect about one in ten of your job applications to lead to an interview. And once you get to interview you are rarely more than two or three steps away from a job offer. So take your interviews seriously and prepare well.
AN important part of the interview process is establishing a rapport with the people who you are meeting. Because you are likely to be be nervous it can be quite easy to overlook the small, but important things that matter when you are trying to make a good impression. These include:
It is impossible to predict what interview questions will be asked but the following seem to come up quite regularly . Preparing for interview questions, which cover most angles, is likely to ensure you are prepared for most situations. Remember the golden rules: