Job Interviews

Doing well in an interview is the result of many things, ranging from the first impressions you make with your physical appearance (body language) to how well you communicate and respond to the interview questions.

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“Do you have any questions for me?" This is typically the final question you will be asked in a job interview.

Ask the wrong questions and you might look like a bad fit. Ask no questions and you might look indifferent, inexperienced, or uneducated about the position.

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One of the most common reasons candidates get rejected after a job interview is that they don't provide enough relevant, tangible examples of what they've done in their current/previous job that would be relevant to the position they are seeking.

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You may have spent hours perfecting your resume, and to finally get that call from the employer to come in for an interview feels fantastic, but don't stop the hard work and start relaxing just yet.

Taking time to do research before the job interview is the difference between winning the employer over and losing your shot at the job to someone else.

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Enhance Your Interview Skills!

📅 - December 15th, 2020

⏰ - 1 pm - 2:00 pm ET

🎟️ - Members Only Event

*Free for all WID members *

We're trying out a BRAND NEW group session to help you perfect your interviewing skills! Join us for our Interview Roundtable session on Wednesday, December 15th at 1pm eastern time for this event.

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How you communicate with employers after an interview is an important, but often understated, step in the interview process. Most of the career advice surrounding job interviews discusses how to land an interview, and what to do when you get one.

We're here to help you in that difficult (and sometimes lonely!) stage after a job interview, when you're not sure where you stand in the employer's eyes.

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With COVID-19 cases rising across the country, it's hard to predict how that will impact employers, specifically their hiring processes. One thing remains certain, though: the demand for remote workers isn't going away anytime soon. If you're looking for a remote job, check out these 3 companies!

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Understanding how to prepare for a job interview is CRITICAL to your success in the job search process. One of the most important parts of preparing is the 24 hours prior to the actual interview.

How you spend the last 24 hours could greatly impact your performance in the interview.

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