We're Giving Away FREE Mock Interviews On TikTok!

When you think of Tiktok you probably envision someone lip syncing to a popular song or attempting to dance to the newest trend. But what if we told you that we will help you prepare for your next job interview for FREE?

Interested? Here's what you have to do...


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If you want any free career reviews, then you MUST be following us here on TikTok.

We aim to post 5X/Week so you should ALWAYS be getting new and relevant career advice.

Plus, you want to make sure you're following us for our trends!

Learn About Our TikTok "Trends"

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Every month we are going to unveil a new 'trend' for you to follow and participate in. This month we are going to be doing #MockInterviewMarch

What this means that any one of our TikTok followers can film themselves answering our interview questions and one of our career coaches will duet with your video to give you feedback on how you can improve! (Here is an example of what a duet looks like if you've never seen one before!)

Our #MockInterview Trend

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If you want to participate, please film yourself on TikTok answering our weekly #MockInterviewMarch Question. You also MUST use our custom sound asking you these questions (just like a real interview!)

If you want one of our certified career coaches to review your answers you MUST use the hashtags: #WorkItDaily and #MockInterviewMarch

This Week's Question To Answer Is.... 

@work.it.daily

We are giving away FREE mock job interviews right here on TikTok! ##WorkItDaily ##MockInterviewWednesday ##jobinterview ##jobtips ##jobinterviewready ##fyp

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