8 Classic Interview Mistakes and How to recover from it

8 Classic Interview Mistakes and How to recover from it

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There are big interviewing mistakes and there are little mistakes that you can make as a candidate during the interview. Some are universal. However, some mistakes that would be a big deal at one firm might be considered a little mistake at another. Nevertheless, be mindful of not making the most common of mistakes we… Read more »

6 impressive tricks to makeover your resume

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Resume making is probably one of the most overlooked parts of a job hunting strategy. You must have seen hundreds of resumes that have almost a similar pattern. The whole idea behind creating a resume is to attract the reader’s attention and compel them to want to know more about you. Does your resume serve… Read more »

How to answer “where do you see yourself in five years?”

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It is always hard to know how to answer interview questions and if you are not very experienced at interviews, then the whole process can seem daunting. So just how are you supposed to answer their questions? Well the basic principle to bear in mind, whatever the interview, whether on a one to one, at… Read more »

How to Perform Well in a Group Discussion??

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Working alone is difficult, but group work is even more challenging. Alone, you can make instantaneous decisions and changes without having to worry about how it will affect other persons. However, group work and by extension, group discussion is a part of every aspect of our lives, and we cannot push it under the rug,… Read more »

Interesting Questions that an Interviewer can ask to a fresher!

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These are some questions that you may be asked during an interview and some suggested waysto frame your answers. While it is extremely advisable to learn the questions and create your OWN answers, it is equally advisable to sound natural and not wooden in an interview. Most of the questions relate either to your ability… Read more »

Advice for Job Hoppers: How to Leverage Gaps in Your Resume??

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With today’s way of work, people often change their job positions. In the past when someone would get hired by one company, used to stay loyal until the end, and retiring with a pension and gold watch. These days we don’t have the same situation. With all the struggles in finding the dream job, people… Read more »

13 Things You Never Want to Ask to Your Interviewer!!

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Talking about an interview, the most important tip is to avoid saying anything negative. Saying or doing negative things will reduce your chances of you getting hired. Nerves can bamboozle you during an interview. Nervousness causes slips of the tongue that will put you off-track thereby leaving the interviewer no option but to end the… Read more »

How to succeed at a video / phone interview?

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Did you spend a lot of time in preparing yourself for the upcoming interview? But is this a different type of interview and you don’t know what to do? Have you ever done a video or phone interview? Well, if you don’t know what you need to do in these cases then it is better… Read more »

4 ways to answer “What is your Dream Job??” question

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On most interviews you will be asked this question “What is your dream job?” This is equally true whether you are applying for an entry level job or a senior level job. Your answer can’t be something dreamy that has nothing to do with the current job you are applying for as this might make… Read more »

Want to Impress The Interviewer? Here’re 5 Foolproof Interview Tricks!

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First impression is never as important as when you appear for a job interview. More often than not, you get one shot at the job and your prospects depend on how good a shot you make it. It is all about impressing and convincing the interviewer that you are their best choice. So how to… Read more »

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