JT Talks Jobs

In a recent episode of JT Talks Jobs, we talked about the questions you should be prepared to answer post-crisis. So, now it's time to flip the script and tell you what questions YOU should ask in a job interview after the crisis subsides.

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The coronavirus pandemic is bringing about a lot of change, both in the workplace and in our everyday lives. Trends are starting to emerge that will define what our lives will look like after this crisis subsides.

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COVID-19 is changing a lot of things in the world, and it will change the way job seekers prepare for interviews. When hiring new employees, employers will be asking different questions and looking for different answers than they previously did.

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After this crisis subsides, there will be a huge shift in the way employers hire. There will be a lot of supply, but not enough demand for jobs. So, how do you stand out from the other candidates?

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You may be thinking of making your next career move. If you want to make that move successfully, it's important to know which of your strengths to play to. So, how exactly do you find that out?

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Companies in various industries have been forced to lay off employees, and more companies will have to do the same soon. While outplacement services can't stop them from letting you go, it can help you get back on your feet.

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Once companies start hiring again after COVID-19, there will be a LOT of competition for jobs. There will be people with the same experience, same degrees, and same hard skills competing for the same job. So, how will you stand out from the competition?

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As layoffs continue in waves, many people are wondering how they'll make ends meet and manage their expenses. One of those expenses could be a mortgage. What should you do if you can no longer afford it?
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Were you laid off due to the COVID-19 crisis and are now worried about age discrimination? Or, are you concerned about keeping your job while competing against a younger generation?

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Whether you've been laid off, or are afraid you might be, you need to be prepared.

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