Job interviews are a stressful situation for most of us. Knowing how to prepare is crucial. This section covers the build up to the interview, the different types of interview you might face and also the types of questions you could be asked.
There’s also a brief guide to an area many people ignore – body language. Get it right and it’ll really improve your chances of landing that job!
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As in many areas of life, for job interviews preparation is key. Do your homework so that you’re ready to be at your best on the day.
There are many types of interview. You could face a few people, or be in a one-to-situation. Some organisations use psychometric tests or assessment centres as part of their interview process. It’s useful to have some knowledge of the different types of interview you might encounter.
The more job interviews you have, the more you’ll notice that many of the same questions keep cropping up. This article gives you tips on how to approach some of the more common interview questions.
Not many people think about body language when they’re preparing for an interview but it’s a key factor in how we present ourselves to others. This article deals with all areas of body language from the hand shake and eye contact plus a list of things not to do.