Interview

A prepared job seeker will have thought about questions that will be asked at the job interview. One of them may be: "Why are you leaving your job?" As you think about a response to this question, also consider how the interviewer may interpret that response.

It's important to take caution with how questions are answered at the job interview because when it's not framed properly, it can be interpreted negatively and cost you the job opportunity.

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Job interviews can be intimidating, especially if you're not prepared.

There are a number of ways to prepare for a big job interview, but one of the best ways to simulate the actual interview process is by doing a mock interview.

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Few people are ever handed a job simply from submitting their resume. At some point in life, we are all faced with the prospect of being interviewed for a job. Believe it or not, the interview process can make or break an individual's chances of getting the job of their dreams, or the job they need to secure their finances.

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Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, many job interviews have transitioned online. Whether you're thrilled to interview from the comfort of your home or struggling with the shift, it's crucial to prepare thoroughly to ace your interview.

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If you needed to convince someone that Girl Scout cookies are delicious or that rainbows were really beautiful, you'd have to first know what the cookies taste like and what rainbows look like—right? The same applies when it's time for you to sell yourself in an interview to strangers.

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Walking into a job interview without preparing for tough questions can be scary. The last thing you want to do is stumble your way through your answers in front of your potential employers.

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Interviewing is one of the most stressful aspects of the job search process. Waiting for a response for an interview from employers can take weeks. Not knowing how many others are interviewing for the same position as you can create even more stress.

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Finally, you've made it to the last few minutes of the interview for your dream job. Already, you've answered various questions regarding your job history, future plans, and specific skills. But the process isn't over quite yet. Now, your interviewer wants to know what kinds of questions you have for them. The spotlight is really on you now, and chances are, you probably have a few concerns worth addressing.

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