Bring Your A-Game: Prep Tips to Help You Ace That Interview


Like them or not, job interviews are a necessary part of the hiring process. So, let's face job interviews head-on. Let's grab 'em by the horns and make 'em say, 'Uncle!' Let's do interviews right.

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Bring Your A-Game: Prep Tips to Help You Ace That Interview

What you will learn in this eBook

In this ebook, you'll learn how to ace your job interviews through proper preparation, thorough research, and effective technique.

1
How to Pass the Phone Screening
2
How to Dress for an Interview
3
How to Research a Prospective Employer
4
How to Prepare for Common Interview Questions

Sneak peek

Common Interview Questions to Prepare For

A good part of the interview prep process is research. While you'll use that research to help formulate your own questions about the company and the job, you should also use that research to help you answer the questions your interviewers will ask you.

What we mean is that you should use the research you conduct on the company to tailor your answers to the company's industry, goals, vision, values, and culture. This means more than paying lip service to these things, however: it means genuinely weaving your knowledge of the company into your answers. It means demonstrating how thoroughly you know the company.

In order to practice successfully answering interview questions, it's best to run through a practice interview with a friend, colleague, or mentor. Make sure you choose someone who knows about the hiring process and the industry in which the company operates. These people will be able to give you valuable feedback.

Chapters

The Phone Screening
Proper Interview Attire
Researching Companies and Formulating Questions
Gathering References
Planning Your Trip to the Interview
Common Interview Questions

About the author

Matthew Kosinski
Matthew Kosinski
Matthew Kosinski is the online editor for Recruiter.com. A graduate of Rutgers, Matthew is an experienced writer, editor, and published creative writer.
Bring Your A-Game: Prep Tips to Help You Ace That Interview