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Future proof can boost job interview

When going for a job interview, the tendency is to look to what you have done in the past – but you might only be telling half the story they need to hear, writes Liam Horan, Career Coach, Sli Nua Careers.

Tips for job interviews

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When it come to interviews, we are all looking for the edge that will see us receive the nod of approval. However, in an ever increasing competitive job market where there are more applicants than positions, there are many aspects in a job interview which we need to consider.

Exit interview question has

Q: I’m leaving this company after three years. Three years of my life I will never get back. The place is chaotic beyond belief. Rick Gervais wrote The Office, and I loved it, but Wernham Hogg Paper Company isn’t a patch on this place. Everyone knows it but no one wants to starts the change. The exit interview looms. I’d like to cut loose for the sake of the good people still stuck there. Should I? I’ve got a job in a similar company but one with a better reputation as a place to work. (DT, via What’s App).

Six counter-intuitive things you can do in an interview

Ask questions. Seriously. “I ask the questions around here, not you” might be the smartass interviewer’s response. But the enlightened one will see questions as your effort to learn more so that you can use your answers to meet their needs. An interview should tend towards a conversation: in conversation, we ask questions. (Just make sure you ask good questions, but that’s another day’s column).

Your paper crutch may crumble in job interview

Q: I am going for interview next week in a new company. I have researched the living daylights out of them and I have also gone back over my own studies and work experience to find everything of relevance that I can muster. I have so much information assembled, I am wondering if I can bring some notes into the interview with me. What do you think? (DE, email).

Put focused research to use in a job interview

A regularly neglected or misunderstood area of preparing for a job interview is that of researching the organisation.

How to put focused research to good use in a job interview

A regularly neglected or misunderstood area of preparing for a job interview is that of researching the organisation.

Eight tips to ace your next job interview

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During the summer break, some employers found it difficult to put interview panels together. So it is no wonder that many people are being called to interview now as we all get back to business. Here are eight interview tips to help you get that job.

I’ve just been called for a job interview, now what do I do?

Career coach, Pádraig O'Connor, does a lot of work helping clients prepare for interviews. Here are some of his tips to aid you the next time you are asked to an interview.

I’ve just been called for a job interview, now what do I do?

Career coach, Pádraig O’Connor, does a lot of work helping clients prepare for interviews. Here are some of his tips to aid you the next time you are asked to an interview.

 

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