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Posted by sunita on October 19, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 16

“I see all the time I spent studying up on Company X’s competition was a total waste. I wanted to offer some new product suggestions in my interview, but obviously I should have focused more on determining my spirit animal!”

Have you left an interview with similar thoughts before? Most people have. Whether you are dealing with an inexperienced interviewer or a pro who’s deliberately trying to catch you off guard to see how you handle yourself, sometimes these awkward questions come out of left field. And it’s your job to deal with them.
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Posted by sunita on October 19, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 12

It's a fact: Knowing how to answer the tough questions in a job interview in ways that are both honest and powerful can help you impress the interviewer and land the job. Basically, you need to be ready for anything.

While there are definitely some questions you’ll hear again and again, it is in your best interest to prepare for the especially tough interview questions. “The interview is an elimination process,” says Dr. Thomas J. Denham, a career counselor at Careers in Transition LLC in Colonie, New York. “The employer is trying to weed out those who are not the most worthy of the position.”
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Posted by sunita on October 19, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 15

For many job seekers, the “Do you have any questions for me?” portion of an interview signals the end is near. It’s tempting to just say “no” and get out of the hot seat as quickly as possible, but fight that urge.

Asking questions shows the interviewer you were listening while they were talking, conveys your interest in the company and helps you decide if it’s where you want to work. After all, interviews are a two-way street -- the hiring team decides whether you’re what they want in an employee, and you decide if the company culture and specific role are where you want to devote your time and energy for the foreseeable future.
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Posted by sunita on October 19, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 11

By Dominique Rodgers
Monster Contributing Writer

Most people, at one time or another, will endure a job interview that feels more like a comedic dream sequence than a serious professional experience. Everything that can go wrong will, and you’ll just have to find a way to wrap things up as quickly and gracefully as possible.

How do you exit these nightmarish scenarios with your dignity intact? Better yet, how do you potentially save the interview and still get the job? Read on to find out.

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Posted by sunita on October 19, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 13

You may need to adjust your definition of “rude” during your job search.

By Dominique Rodgers
Monster Contributing Writer

“Have you thought about losing weight?”

Wow! That’s a rude question, but that hasn’t stopped someone from asking it in a job interview, says Barry Maher, a career consultant and motivational speaker. In the situation he observed, it came from an inexperienced member of a panel of interviewers and was targeted at “a heavy-set, but certainly not obese, female applicant.”

What would you do if you were that candidate? How you handle those impolite inquiries can determine whether you get the job or not, so consider practicing some of these strategies. read more

Posted by sunita on October 19, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 13

Interviewers often ask challenging, sometimes unexpected questions of candidates for administrative jobs to see how well job seekers respond under pressure and think on their feet. After all, those are skills administrative/support workers use every day in a busy office and on high-stakes projects.

Some are off the wall, like this question, lobbed at Mary Herrington during her interview for an administrative position: “What would you do if I threw this crystal ashtray at your head?" Herrington, now a business consultant, was taken aback. “I looked at him and replied: ‘You'd pray you didn't hit me, because I would sue the pants off you, own this company and then fire you without any compensation,’” she says. “He laughed so hard. I was offered the job on the spot and began the next day.”
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Posted by sunita on October 19, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 12

If you’re in the market for a medical assistant job, you need to be ready to discuss your skills and previous experience during the job interview. Prepare by practicing answers to these sample interview questions:

Tell me about your previous work experience as a medical assistant.
What were your primary responsibilities?
What type of responsibilities did you have with patients and visitors?
Did you assist with any medical office procedures?
Did you counsel patients? read more

Posted by sunita on October 19, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 11

When Jeanne Knight’s husband was recently interviewing for a mechanical engineering job, he was asked what the letters “E” and “I” stood for in a bending equation for a structural beam.

Once he correctly replied “modulus of elasticity” (E) and “moment of inertia” (I), he then had to explain what each of the concepts meant.

“Hiring managers will ask these types of questions to find out if the candidate is a true practicing mechanical engineer or a paper pusher -- one relegated to writing reports and doing documentation,” says Knight, a career coach who has worked with mechanical engineers as clients.
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Posted by sunita on October 19, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 12

The movie “Love and Other Drugs,” based on the true story of a Viagra salesman in the 1990s, made pharmaceutical sales jobs seem like an easy road to riches with a low bar of entry.

Those days are long gone. The field is much more competitive now, and companies look for pharmaceutical sales reps -- sometimes called managed-care liaisons -- with scientific backgrounds and experience at competing companies, according to Steven Y. Raz, managing partner of Cornerstone Search Group, a pharmaceutical and biotech recruiter based in Parsippany, New Jersey. “Companies are being pickier now because then can be, and more often they want pharma sales reps who have biology or medical backgrounds and can easily speak peer-to-peer with doctors,” Raz says.
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Posted by sunita on October 19, 2016
Category : Career Advice | Tags : Interview Tips | Views : 14

The landscape for job seekers today can be difficult. In other words, if you want a job today, the hard work starts when you prepare for the interview.

That means not just nailing the interview questions you are asked, but actually asking the kinds of questions designed to make the interviewer sit up and take notice. It’s no longer enough to be qualified. If you want a job in today’s business environment, you have to shine, and there’s no better way to show your excellence than by asking excellent questions. These questions could also help you avoid a bad boss before it's too late. read more

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