• Questions To Ask At The End Of A Job Interview To Make You Stand Out
    Congratulations! You just pulled off the perfect interview. You had an answer for every question, you were articulate and professional, and you expressed knowledge of the field that clearly impressed. Satisfied, the interviewer closes her notebook, folds her hands across the table, and asks, “So,...
  • 10 (More) Questions to Ask at the End of an Interview to Stand Out
    You may think a job interview is all about your potential employer finding out about you. And granted, that is the way the majority of the interview is likely to go. However, most interviewers will provide the opportunity for you to ask questions as well. Here are 10 questions to ask to stand out...
  • 7 Better Questions You Can Be Asking at the End of Your Interview
    By now, you know you’re not only expected but encouraged to ask questions at the end of an interview. What should you ask to set you apart from the pack? Read on for seven questions that will help you leave your interview feeling like a champ.
  • What to Do When You're Stuck in a Dead End Job
    You mastered the entry-level position, impressed your boss and worked your way up to a management role within three years. Here are the steps you need to take after that..
  • 10 Common Interview Mistakes And How To Overcome Them
    It can be argued the job interview is the most critical step in the hiring process. And while some questions can be tricky, making a great first impression isn't as difficult as it might seem—if you avoid some basic interviewing mistakes.
  • How to Pivot When Asked an Uncomfortable Question in an Interview
    Interviews can be awkward enough without having uncomfortable questions thrown into the mix. While there are some interview questions you flat out do not have to answer, what do you do when a query is simply, well, not to your liking?
  • Why Asking Good Questions on an Interview is Important
    One step applicants sometimes forget is preparing themselves to ask the employer a few questions of their own. Yet, it’s a key part of the interview process to remember. It is almost a given employers will pause towards the end of the meeting and say, "Do you have any questions for me?"
  • The Most Challenging Interview Questions We’ve Seen (And Some of the Best Answers)
    Trying to figure out how to answer challenging interview questions can definitely make your palms sweat. Here is a sampling of some of the toughest questions we’ve seen and some potential answers that may help.
  • What to Do if You Encounter an Illegal Interview Question
    You’re acing the job interview. You’ve been personable, you’ve laid out your qualifications deftly, and you even made the recruiter laugh with a well-timed joke. Things are going incredibly well until the recruiter asks you a question that feels…off. To help you with future interviews, let’s disc...
  • 6 Tips for Acing an HR Interview
    Many companies pride themselves on having a strong HR department, and they should—HR is typically the first line of defense when it comes to screening potential job candidates. How well you do on the HR interview will determine whether you get that coveted secondary interview with the higher-ups....
  • Ending A Job Interview On A Positive Note
    Your hours of preparation are paying off. As your job interview winds up, you feel strong and confident the position has your name on it. Here are tips for ending a job interview on a positive note.
  • Night Before The Interview Checklist
    For even the most extroverted among us, interviews can be nerve-racking. Fortunately, you can take steps to significantly reduce the risk that those problems will emerge. Want to give future you a leg up? Here is your night-before an interview checklist.
  • Best Tips to Ace a Phone Interview
    So you spent multiple hours poring through employment listings, researching new companies, and submitting resumés with the hopes of landing the perfect new position
  • Job Search Scaring You? Try These 3 Things.
    We love horror movies, but lately, they haven’t had the same thrill. That’s probably because we’ve seen the true face of horror, the job search. And the scariest part of the process has to be the interview. That got us thinking: If horror movies make us face our fears, then maybe they can teach u...
  • How to Respond to: "Walk Me Through Your Resume"
    "Walk me through your resume" is a common interview question, yet it also trips up many job candidates. It's not an invitation to tell your life story in chronological order. Instead, it's an opportunity to showcase your presentation styles, ability to synthesize information, and trajectory of pr...
  • Is it Ok to Ask for Feedback from a Job You Didn't Get?
    Is it OK to ask for feedback after not getting the job? Maybe. It depends on what your definition of feedback is. Here’s how you can go about getting information if you genuinely want it.
  • Your Step-by-Step Guide to Tackling Your Biggest Interview Fears
    You may be excited about the prospect of getting a new job, but chances are you're less excited about the interview that could land it for you. Here’s a step-by-step guide to tackling your greatest interview fears.
  • What to Do When a Recruiter Asks About Your Current Salary
    Salary questions are perhaps the most dreaded type of interview questions—and none quite so much as “What is your current salary?” So what should you do when you encounter this question? Find out.
  • What Interview Questions to Ask if You Wish to Work for a Company with a Diverse Work Environment
    Company culture, and your place within it, can make or break a seemingly perfect position. Some people thrive on working collaboratively, others prefer workplaces that allow them to stick to themselves.
  • What to Do When Your Phone Interview is Late. Or You Miss It.
    You’ve been anxiously awaiting your phone interview with a potential employer. But the phone isn’t ringing. All this speculation is unnecessary on both ends. Whether you’re the one waiting on the call, or it was you who missed the it, certain protocols apply. Here’s what to do in either case.