Job Interview Preparation

Job Interview Preparation - Information, tips, tricks, and strategies to help you prepare for your next job interview and land your dream job. In this blog category you'll find posts relating to:

  • common interview questions you can expect to be asked
  • how you need to do to prepare for a job interview
  • questions you should ask a recruiter or hiring manager at the end of your interview
  • behavioral based interview questions and how to answer them
  • strategies on how to master the interview process
  • what to expect in a job interview
  • how to prepare for online video call job interviews
A capsule tips, tricks, resources, and strategies, all the information you'll need to impress recruiters and managers. Gain and develop your interview skills and learn more about job interview preparation with the content found in these blog posts. Let's help you land your dream job!

  • Blog Banner How To Answer Behavioural Questions in a Job Interview Using the STAR Framework
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    How To Answer Behavioural Questions in a Job Interview Using the STAR Framework

    Congratulations, you have booked a job interview and now you are prepping to ensure you come across as the top job candidate for the position. It is one thing to search for lists of job interview questions that you might be asked, but you will be well ahead of the curve if you can learn how to answer ANY question. More specifically, any behavioural job interview question that you might be asked. So don’t waste your time memorizing “good answers to job interview questions”. Instead, learn what employers want to hear. Learn how to answer behavioural questions in a job interview using the STAR framework. In this blog post, I…

  • The Best Questions To Ask At the End of a Job Interview
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    The Best Questions To Ask At the End of a Job Interview

    It’s a good idea to prepare questions that you will ask at the end of a job interview to demonstrate your interest, think strategically, and prove yourself as insightful. Because that is what all job interview advice tells you… Right? As someone who sits on the other side (interviewing job candidates), I am going to tell you to not always take that piece of advice everyone seems to be sharing. You know, the interview advice that states “you need to prepare questions to ask at the end of a job interview”. I have no idea where it started or who started it… But, what I will tell you is that…

  • 10 Tips for a Successful Job Interview Blog Banner
    Job Interview Preparation,  Job Searching,  Student and New Grad

    10 Tips for a Successful Job Interview

    Preparing for a job interview can be quite cumbersome – researching the company, the industry (if it’s a new industry for you), studying the job description, etc. It is a lot of work and can take up a lot of time! Hence the saying searching for a job is a full-time job! This blog post won’t take you through how to prepare for a job interview – we will however look at some other “random” tips. These tips are more of a random list of do’s and don’ts that will help you have a successful job interview. A list of things that you may not consider when preparing for your…

  • Ace Your Job Interview by Mastering Interview Methods Being Used by Hiring Managers and Recruiters
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    Ace Your Next Job Interview by Mastering Interview Methods Being Used by Hiring Managers and Recruiters

    Half of the battle when it comes to mastering and acing job interviews is understanding the interview method being used. The other part is being able to answer the questions asked in a way that demonstrates your listening skills and reveals your ability to communicate. Your answers should demonstrate your knowledge, skills, and abilities in a way that a recruiter or hiring manager can clearly identify how you are the most qualified candidate for a job.  Before we get into this post, I want to tell you that it’s important to deliver answers that represent truths, rather than memorizing what you find on the internet. Learn the lessons behind what…

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    5 Things You Need To Do Before A Video Call Job Interview

    Yay! Your resume has landed you an interview! This is super exciting and scary all at the same time. Preparing for an interview, in general, can be a bit daunting and an online interview will add a few more tasks that you must prepare for in advance. I‘m here to give you 5 quick tips to help ensure you are well prepared! Disclosure: This post may contain affiliate links, meaning ReRouting Inc. gets a commission if you decide to make a purchase through links posted on this site, at no cost to you. Please read this disclosure for more info. Here are five things you need to do before your online…

  • When Interview Go Wrong Blog Post, Job Interviews
    Job Interview Preparation,  Student and New Grad

    When Interviews Go Wrong

    Truth be told most people (well majority of the population) have had a job interview go wrong at some point in their lives and they did not receive the job offer because of it. Even seasoned professionals who have been out in the workforce for years (and haven’t practiced interviewing skills) can fumble when they first start putting themselves out there. But I want to tell you this… When you go on a job interview and don’t receive the job offer, it is not failure, it should be used as a learning opportunity. Reflect on the interview and ask yourself what went wrong?  Maybe nothing went wrong…Or maybe you said…

  • Rookie Interview Mistakes
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    Questions That You Should Avoid Asking a Potential Employer in a Job Interview

    Don’t Get Caught Making These Rookie Mistakes in Your Next Interview! Everyone has had a moment where nerves might get the best of them during an interview. This can often lead to scrounging for questions – because you are supposed to ask the interviewer questions right? I am sure that every interview tip you have come across states that you should ask questions. Ensure that when the time comes for you to ask the interviewer questions, you follow proper interview etiquette. You wouldn’t be the first person to ask these questions and they may seem harmless. However, what seem like reasonable questions, may lead you to be unsuccessful in getting…