56 Results for "interview advice"
11 Tips for Video Interview Success
Video interviewing is not the wave of the future; it's already here. So we all have to embrace video interviews and work at recording them successfully. Here are 11 key video interviewing tips that will give you an edge on your competition.
How to Prepare for the Three Parts of an Interview
Typically, an interview has three parts: the "tell me about yourself" part, the "behavioral question" part, and "the do you have any questions for me?" part. Here, you'll find tips for how to prepare for all three parts, so you can nail your next interview.
Interview Tips from Famous TED Talkers
Preparation for a TED Talk has a lot in common with preparation for an interview. Here, you can read about how three famous TED Talkers prepared for their Talks, and how you can use these preparation methods for your next interview.
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.
Interview Advice from Presidential Debates
These days, presidential debates are more like job interviews than debates. The downside of this is it can be hard to differentiate candidates' stances on the issues; the upside is debates can teach you lot about interviewing—including how to improve your interviewing skills.
How to Leverage Your Summer Internship into a Full-Time Job
How do you turn your summer internship experience into a job offer? We've got five tips on making your summer situation permanent.
3 Tips for Building Self-Confidence Before an Interview
Here are three things you can do to be more self-confident before an interview.