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When applying for jobs, what are good questions for the interviewer?

It seems like every job interview (EVER) ends with the question: do you have any questions about the job/positions/etc.? I can never think of any good ones! Does anyone have any great go-tos they'd like to share for this situation? #interviewing-skills...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:25

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Posted by Elizabeth D.
Milly Pellizzari | Director, Integrated Marketing Strategy I also like to ask the following: - What are the ...

Do you have any advice for interviewing for a summer internship?

I've started applying for finance internships this summer and don't really know how to prepare for my in-person interviews. #interview #interviewing-skills...



Active Jan 08 at 03:00

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Posted by Ethan G.
Vandana B | University Relations | Employer Branding | Employee Advocacy ... Hi Ethan, here are a few tips on how you can ...

What are some pitfalls or things that I should be aware of/avoid during an interview session?

I am a fresh graduate and I don't have much interview experiences. I would like to know what are something that I should avoid saying/focused on, as well as what are some common pitfalls that I should be aware of in an interviews. Thanks! #interviews #interviewing-skills...



Active Sep 15 '17 at 16:47

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Posted by Hollie C.
Carole Curtis | Director of Career Services at CareerPlex USA / ... Pitfalls to avoid in an interview: 1. Not knowing anything about ...

Can cultural matching be a form of racism?

In a Anthropology type class I took at my school, I learned that sometimes employers will find interest in a candidate if they share something with that employer-cultural matching. Since I go to a community college, I've always felt it doesn't look good on my resume because the stigmas behind...

#interviews #racism #interviewing-skills


Active Sep 12 '17 at 09:47

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Posted by Tasha M.
Scott Raether, Career Coach and Resume Writer | Career Coach and Resume Writer The idea of fitting into a companies culture has been one ...

What are the most important traits or skills to develop before starting a career?

I am currently in college. I would like learn and develop important skills and traits that would make me stand out in any field. What do you think are the most important skills to master? #college #career #development #interviewing-skills...



Active Feb 27 at 08:09

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Posted by Christina A.
Carole Curtis | Director of Career Services at CareerPlex USA / ... This question is a little difficult to answer because each Career ...

What are the different experiences from job interviews?

I am a junior. I am interested in the different perspectives of those who have gone to job interviews, either it is a career interview or a regular job interview is fine. #job-search #career #user-experience #interviews...



Active Feb 16 at 23:15

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Posted by Paola G.
Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Paola,Following up on Jeff's excellent advice: in addition to "being" yourself, ...

How can I market myself as a professional to future employers?

I do not know exactly how to network to where I meet and connect with future employers. I want to know how to do so and the most efficient way. #career-planning #interviewing-skills #career-counseling...



Active Feb 11 at 19:48

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Posted by Theresa P.
John Cline | Channels Specialist at Google Hi Theresa, Networking is the most important thing you can do ...

What should be our attitude while taking an interview? Should we speak more or let them speak?

Hi I am a graduate fresher. Looking for a job, a bit scare about the questions interviewer may ask. Help me with your precious advice. #interviews #manager #director...



Active Nov 01 '17 at 10:33

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Posted by Mariya Q.
Michele Mosier | Customer Success Manager at OneSource Virtual Great question! First of all, is this a position you are ...

What are the most common interview questions for a part-time job?

I'm looking for a part-time job #interviews #interviewing-skills #part-time...



Active Sep 13 '17 at 12:56

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Posted by Deborah C.
Carole Curtis | Director of Career Services at CareerPlex USA / ... When I was looking for a part time job the questions ...

What are some good tips for someone new to interviews?

I don't really have much experience with interviews in the past and was just wondering what are some things I should have in mind when others interview me. #interviews #interviewing-skills #interviewing #job-application...



Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:49

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Posted by Kemi L.
Hope LeNoir | Career Coach, Inspirational Speaker and Author Hi, Kemi. Wow! It is a privilege hearing from a hiring ...

What is the best way to prepare for an interview?

Honestly, I have not been on many interviews within my lifetime. However, during my Principles of Professional Psych course at Kean University my class as a whole had to do a one on one brief interview with the professor in front of the entire class. The professor asked us a numerous amount of...

#interview-preparation #personal-development #interviews #interviewing #interviewing-skills


Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:47

4 answers

Posted by Mitchell A.
Jorge Boabaid | Dell Intern Hi Mitchell, Some important "tips" I can give you: Find out ...

What are some tips for staying calm during a tough interview?

I'm generally pretty level-headed, but when the pressure is on and difficult questions are being asked I tend to get a little off track. I need help! #job-search #interviews #college-jobs #interviewing-skills...



Active 21 hours ago

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Posted by Kira N.
Shakthi Sharma Recognize why you're there. Be confident in your abilities Do a ...

how to prepare for college interview?


Active yesterday

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Posted by Joy Z.
Timothy Patton | Customer Service Advocate Hello Joy, I think its great that you're thinking ahead. Keep ...

What are the essential skills you need to possess when on the search for a job/career. How would I develop and practice these skills as a high school student?

Many have started their job/career lives during high school, whether it be a summer job or necessary part-time work during the school year. Many high school students have also gone out to look for a job, but have come back without a single "You're hired!". I would like to know if there are...

#student-counseling #high-school #communication-skills #student-development #hiring #interviewing-skills


Active Feb 16 at 18:01

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Posted by Karen P.
Jennifer Gale | Learning Architect, Director at PwC Confidence in talking with others about topics you understand and those ...

How to prepare for an interview that includes "in-basket exercise" ?

any suggestion where to start & how to practice? #career-counseling #interviews #career-path #interviewing-skills...



Active Feb 05 at 18:57

1 answers

Posted by Cindy L.
Kim Igleheart | Employment Counselor | Open Records Specialist Cindy, What is the job you are applying for? Is it ...

What are some important things to remember when searching for a job?

I just took a business communication class, and the teacher promoted some anxiety for me. I had no idea how many aspects are considered during an interview and even beforehand. For example, she said that when someone's reading your resume they will decide withing 10 seconds if they're going to...

#resume #career #job-search #career-development #first-impressions #interviewing-skills #technology


Active Dec 20 '17 at 13:10

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Posted by Jackson M.
Jonathan Manitsky | Project Manager Hi Jackson- Know that the job search process can cause a ...

What's your weakness?

College student seeking internship position. Well, no one is perfect, we all have weakness. During the interview, I found this question a bit tricky. I would like to know how you approach this kind of question. What does HR really want to know from this question? #interview...

#interview-preparation #career-counseling #college #interviewing-skills #job-application


Active Aug 15 '17 at 10:38

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Posted by Cindy L.
Emily J. Gause | Connect[in]g people with greater economic opportunity Hi Cindy! I think there are a few things you should ...

How do you stay confident?

I know that having confidence is very important when you are interviewing with potential employers and for when you are interacting with your peers. However, I find that sometimes I lose confidence when something negative happens, such as being rejected from a company, or doing poorly on a...

#career #interviews #career-choice #college #interviewing-skills #job-application #personal-development #career-counseling


Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:50

3 answers

Posted by Albert P.
Debra Robertson MSEd CLSS | Customer Service Representative One of the recommendations that we suggest to our clients who ...

Is it appropriate to negotiate a salary or stipend with your potential employer for an internship?

A lot of internships are unpaid, but if you need a salary or stipend of some sort, can you ask your potential employer? #college #internships #interviewing-skills #salary-negotiation #stipend #financial-planning #personal-development...



Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:49

5 answers

Posted by Jackie G.
Carole Curtis | Director of Career Services at CareerPlex USA / ... This is an area where I suggest you handle with care. ...

How do I write a resume?

What does it take to compose a resume? Which skills are relevant? What does the company want to see from me? What if I have no experience? #communications #resume #resume-writing #public-speaking #interviewing-skills #communication-skills #job-application...



Active Aug 15 '17 at 08:48

4 answers

Posted by Vera L.
Sabyasachi Banerjee | Sr. Tech Support at Dell International Services Pvt ... First thing first. So you will be amazed to know that ...

When interviewing for a job, what should you answer when asked about your weaknesses?

Are there answers that show you are thoughtful and honest without ruining the chance of getting the job? What are companies really looking for? #interviews #college-jobs #summer-jobs #interviewing-skills...



Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:55

6 answers

Posted by Abigail C.
Gary Stephen Petito | Career Guru Hi, That is always a tough question...I came up with what ...

Any tips for an interview as an office assistant?

Hi! I have an interview for an office assistant with the Computer Science department at my school. I was wondering if there was anything in particular I could do to help myself stand out from any competition? Even just general interview tips would help me right now.. Job Description: Help...

#interview-preparation #job-interview #interviews #interviewing #interview-questions #interviewing-skills #career-counseling


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:51

3 answers

Posted by Anina H.
Carmen Merrill | Career Services & Job Readiness Coordinator Be as familiar as you can with what is going on ...

When A Possible Employer Asks How Much You Are Looking To Be Paid?

I personally love interviews and I never have an issue with them but the one question that I'm always super frightened that I'm going to be asked is "How much are you looking to be paid?" What should I respond with??? Using a specific number seems like a bad idea to be since if you put it too...

#salary #jobs #interviews #salary-negotiation #interview-questions #job #interviewing-skills


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:33

4 answers

Posted by Basseema A.
Gabriel Fig | Experienced Higher Educational Professional & Certified Appreciative Advisor Hi Basseema, Thanks for a great question and, yes, it is ...

How can I kill my college interview?


Active Feb 27 at 02:28

2 answers

Posted by Cassidy W.
Ellen Rosenthal | Retired Art Teacher at Fairfax County Public Schools The best advice I have personally gotten about interviews, and which ...

How do I prepare for interview for an Intership?

I am a junior in college have been applying to summer internships and recently heard back from one that I am very interested in. They want to schedule an interview. I have never had an internship and while I am not under qualified, I'm sure there will be applicants with more experience. That...

#confidence #career #interviews #college #interviewing-skills #career-path #summer-internship #internships


Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:56

3 answers

Posted by Michelle T.
Kelsey Peterson | Marketing Manager, Verizon Wireless You can prepare for your internship by researching the company, or ...

What should you include in your resume if you're a student with little experience/ skills?

Looking to develop a resume that is effective and stands out, but I'm a high school student without much experience or skills. Are there any things you can include that someone reviewing your resume would find useful to know? Does the fact that I volunteer as a teacher assistant or that I'm...

#interview-preparation #evaluating-resumes #resume #interviews #interviewing #experience #writing #resume-writing #interviewing-skills #resumes #interview


Active Mar 05 at 07:49

2 answers

Posted by Mireia R.
Anwar Khan | Project Program Management Sr. Advisor at Dell Dear Mireia, When you're first entering the work force, it's challenging ...

How do you write an outstanding, effective cover letter?

Applying for an internship and was asked to submit a cover letter. What is it and how can you write an effective one? Would really appreciate some examples or guidance. #job #job-search #resume #resume-writing #cover-letters #evaluating-resumes #skills #job-skills #interviewing-skills #career...

#upcomingintern #applying #internship #applicant #intern #career-planning #career-path #apply #internships


Active Feb 08 at 12:10

2 answers

Posted by Mireia R.
Duncan Muguku | Founder, | Author: Starting Strong, Finishing Strong ... A cover letter is a letter that is submitted together with ...

Which celebrity or public figure do you look up to?

Was asked this in an interview and was wondering how professionals would respond. What are employers/interviewers looking for when they ask this? How should I go about answering this? #interview #mock-interviews #interviews #interviewskills #interviewing-skills #rolemodel #interview-questions...

#interview-preparation #jobs #career #interviewing #careers #employment #internships


Active Jan 29 at 21:55

2 answers

Posted by Mireia R.
Cindy R. Jones, MS | Human Resources Professional and Career Coach Hi Mireia, Congratulations on the job interview! Without knowing the type ...

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