How To Prep For Your Big Job Interview

It may seem surprising, but candidates who don’t carefully prepare for a job interview, and thereby sabotage their chances of being hired often amaze hiring managers. Don't let this happen to you! While you can never anticipate every question that will be posed, there is much that you should do to anticipate what will be discussed. In my latest article published by U.S. News & World Report, I discuss the specific things that you can do to proactively prepare for a job interview and get yourself into the right frame of mind to succeed. Learn the importance of doing effective research and how to do it. Other keys to success are taking the time to prepare responses to foreseeable questions, practicing speaking about your strengths and weaknesses, and figuring out how to deal with the pesky compensation question when it comes up early in the interview process. Read the full article to learn more. Read Full ArticlePhoto Credit: Shutterstock

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