17 Results for "job interview"
How to Practice for a Job Interview
Got an important job interview coming up? Here are some great tips to help you practice and get confident.
The Key to a Truly Successful Job Interview
Do job interviews make you nervous? If the answer is yes, we have good news for you: The most successful job interviews are conversations—not interrogations.
How to Deal with Interview Anxiety
Nervous about an upcoming job interview? Here's how to overcome your fear and interview like a pro.
How To Answer Five Common Legal Interview Questions
The key to nailing your next legal job interview is practicing in advance. Check out these common interview questions and tips on how to approach them.
Gender Bias in Interview Questions [INFOGRAPHIC]
The questions male job seekers and female job seekers are asked in interviews should be the same--but they often aren't. Check out this infographic that demonstrates some of the disparities in interview practices based on gender.
14 Things to Never Say in an Interview (And What to Say Instead) [Infographic]
Even seasoned interviewees can fall back on some phrases that, while often well-meaning, can land them in trouble. Check out 14 interview no-nos and what to say instead.
9 Rookie Mistakes to Avoid When Interviewing
Making careless mistakes in a job interview can cost you, even if you have the experience, credentials, and intelligence.
5 Techniques for Keeping Your Cool in an Interview
Are you stressed about an impending job interview? Here are some techniques you can use to stay calm under pressure, which will help you excel on interview day.
How to Ask Intelligent Questions in an Interview
Are you stumped on which questions to ask at the end of an interview? Then check out this video from a recruiter at Time Inc. for an insider’s view on the best questions to ask.
How Informational Interviews Can Lead to a Job Offer
Informational interviews are an often ignored aspect of the job search. Because they often do not result in a job offer, many view them as a waste of time. But, from personal experience, the informational interview saved me from unemployment and they can help with your career, too.