Greensboro, NC - When you're going out on a job interview, be sure to know what you'll be asked. In today's One Minute Career Check, Consultant Joyce Richman offers advice on what to expect before walking into your next interview.
"Among some of the greatest concerns people have when they are interview, they say, 'I don't know how to answer the interviewer's questions.' About the 99.9% of the questions you're going to be asked have to do with you. So you don't have to know obscure research. This is about you. But you do have to do the heavy lifting about your own inventory. So it's always going to have to do with what did you do best, where have you done it, where have you worked, with whom have you worked, what were your accomplishments. If you failed, how did you fail, where did you fail, when did you fail. When you achieved, where when how. Because the interviewer wants to know how you are going to make a difference for them. You need to do this homework. Instead of waiting until the very last minute or hoping you are going to be able to pull the answers out of the sky or out of your back pocket. Do your homework. Answer these questions. Know them, practice them, be ready for them, so you can't wait to interview and knock it out of the park."
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