(function() { var cookie = 'rebelmouse_abtests='; cookie += '; Max-Age=0'; document.cookie = cookie + '; Path=/; SameSite=None; Secure'; })();

Dear Experts, I had an interview this morning and was extremely nervous during the entire process. My anxiety was through the roof! My voice was cracking and I was sweating pretty bad. However, my responses to her questions were sensible so we were able to generate a very nice dialogue. But she had to of noticed how nervous I was! Will she hold this against me? My hope is she'll understand my anxiety was a reflection of how vital this job opportunity is to me. Should I follow up with her and acknowledge this is bothering me? Here is how our CAREEREALISM-Approved Experts answered this question on Twitter: Q#479 Don't worry. Employers shouldn't hold you accountable for being nervous. It probably wasn't as bad as you thought. (@gradversity) Q#479 Wouldn't bring it up after, but if you're *that* nervous for interview they will question your strength for job. (@EmilyBennington) Q#479 Wouldn't hurt to mention, but most won't hold it against you. Interviewing hardly ever=job performance. (@beneubanks) Our Twitter Advice Project (T.A.P.) is no longer an active campaign. To find an answer to the above question, please use the "Search" box in the right-hand column of this website.

Learn how to land a career you love

A well-defined brand architecture strategy helps organizations grow, transform, attract customers, and build perceptions. In this post, we'll look at the different types and benefits of a brand architecture strategy, as well as a step-by-step guide so you can create a successful framework for your organization.

SHOW MORE Show less

The term "career management" is a bit abstract for some people. It sounds like this fluffy, indefinable concept that doesn't really mean a whole lot. In reality, career management is a very significant and specific process that, when done properly, helps to ensure long-term career success.

SHOW MORE Show less

Latest