Job Interview Articles

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    5 Interview Habits That Make You Completely Forgettable

    What’s the difference between an awful candidate and a mediocre candidate? Nothing important, because neither of them are going to get the job. Most job hunters are savvy enough to know that swearing at the interviewer or answering their phone during the meeting are the sort of faux-passes that will quickly get them shown the ...
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    Do You Still Need To Hide Tattoos And Piercings For Interviews?

    ‘Well, you’re never going to get a job with that metal in your face!’ said my father when I came home with a nose piercing at the age of 19. But was he right? The Questions Ten years ago this definitely seemed to be the case with keen job seekers desperately removing piercings and covering up tattoos prior ...
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    How To Answer Unusual Interview Questions

    Interviews always feel a little daunting. Trying to come across as a highly experienced, talented and employable candidate whilst also ensuring that you appear humble and likable is no easy feat. It’s a lot easier to answer those classic interview questions, you know, the ‘tell us about your last job,’ queries or ‘so what skills can ...
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    6 Things You Should Never Say In An Interview

    Job interviews can sometimes feel like an awkward first date. Just swap the candlelit dinner and misguided attempts at flirting with a clinically lit meeting room and misguided attempts at impressing strangers and you’ve got a match! Everyone knows the cringe-worthy conversations that are sure to ruin a date, (‘you look exactly like my mother’ is a personal favourite), but knowing what not to ...
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    Questions to Ask at the Interview

    Once the interview comes to a close, the employer will inevitably ask you those five dreaded words: “do you have any questions?” Whatever you do, don’t happily respond with “nope, I’m good”.  There’s nothing that says total disinterest more than having literally no questions prepared. This is your chance to show them that you’re enthusiastic about working for them and ...