Interviewing

“What Are Your Strengths and Weaknesses?” | Interview Q&A

As an interviewee, you’d probably be thrilled to never have to respond to the “What are your strengths and weaknesses” question ever again, but alas, it’s almost definitely here to stay. So rather than wing it when one of these …

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How to Talk About Your Resume While on an Interview

Job interviews can be pretty tough if you’re underprepared or don’t have a whole lot of experience. Perhaps one of the most challenging aspects of an interview is when you’re asked to “walk” the interviewer through your resume, as it’s …

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Get the Most Out of Your Job Interview with These Questions

During a job interview, you can expect to be asked all kinds of questions about your education, experience, and skills. At a certain point, the interviewer will shift gears and ask if you have any questions for them, which gives …

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How Long Does It Take to Hear Back After a Job Interview?

By Susannah Krenn
Susannah Krenn
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How to Respond to a Job Interview Email (With Examples)

Whether the email subject line is “Interview Request,” “Availability for Interview,” or something similar, you’ve made it to the next phase of your job search: the job interview. In your excitement, you may dash off a quick email to the …

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Have you ever questioned the value of networking or informational interviewing? If so, you’re not alone.

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