7 Job Interview Tips Everyone Needs to Know

Having a successful interview is more than just showing up and answering a few questions. In the link below Maria Ward of Vogue put together some valuable tips to help position you for that next perfect job: 7 Job Interview Tips Everyone Needs to Know

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How to Ace the 50 Most Common Interview Questions

We spend a lot of time perfecting our résumés only to fall apart when we finally get called for the interview.  Dr. Travis Bradberry has compiled a very nice article on preparing for that all important interview.  Please take a few minutes to read this article and increase your odds of getting the job.

Click here if you’re ready to improve your interview skills.


Interviewing to Get the Job Workshop – August 27th

2014.08_400Interviewing for a job can be intimidating…but it doesn’t have to be!

Join us for this workshop to learn interviewing principles & strategies to bring in job offers.

Experienced HR personnel from local companies
will be providing the information and offer mock interviews for participants.

Please call 385-4663 to register.


Fall Job Fair

Goodwill Industries will be hosting a Fall Job Fair on Thursday October 10, 2013 from 11:00 AM till 3:00 PM.  Job fair participants include: Baymont Inn, Kelly Services, N.E.W. Corporation, Habitat for Humanity, Goodwill Industries, USAF/Army/Marine and Navy Recruiter services, and Black Hills Works.  For FREE resume and interview skills assistance on October 7,8,and 9, contact Makayla Leech or Jeff Smith at 605-737-3954.  Job Fair to be held just behind Dickey’s BBQ off of Haines Ave.

 

 

 


Oddball Interview Question for the Week

“Please spell ‘diverticulitis’.” Asked at EMSI Engineering

Oddball-Interview-QuestionsOddball questions may seem to have nothing to do with an open job position, but companies are increasingly asking these types of brainteaser questions to determine a candidate’s ability to think on their feet, think critically, problem solve, and effectively talk through a response. Keep in mind, there aren’t always right or wrong answers to these questions, but they can still be tricky.

If an interviewer asks you a wacky question, try not to get knocked off your feet. The point of such questions is to see if you can keep it cool under pressure, so don’t be afraid to answer in a creative way. You want to make the interviewer remember you -and these types of oddball questions offer a great opportunity to do so. Good luck!

Source: www.glassdoor.com


Oddball Interview Question for the Week

“Does life fascinate you?” Asked at Ernst & Young

Oddball-Interview-QuestionsOddball questions may seem to have nothing to do with an open job position, but companies are increasingly asking these types of brainteaser questions to determine a candidate’s ability to think on their feet, think critically, problem solve, and effectively talk through a response. Keep in mind, there aren’t always right or wrong answers to these questions, but they can still be tricky.

If an interviewer asks you a wacky question, try not to get knocked off your feet. The point of such questions is to see if you can keep it cool under pressure, so don’t be afraid to answer in a creative way. You want to make the interviewer remember you -and these types of oddball questions offer a great opportunity to do so. Good luck!

Source: www.glassdoor.com


Oddball Interview Question for the Week

“Room, desk, or car…which do you clean first?” Asked at Pickberry

Oddball-Interview-QuestionsOddball questions may seem to have nothing to do with an open job position, but companies are increasingly asking these types of brainteaser questions to determine a candidate’s ability to think on their feet, think critically, problem solve, and effectively talk through a response. Keep in mind, there aren’t always right or wrong answers to these questions, but they can still be tricky.

If an interviewer asks you a wacky question, try not to get knocked off your feet. The point of such questions is to see if you can keep it cool under pressure, so don’t be afraid to answer in a creative way. You want to make the interviewer remember you -and these types of oddball questions offer a great opportunity to do so. Good luck!

Source: www.glassdoor.com