Yearly Archives: 2015

40 Of The Worst Job Interviews Ever

Funny job interview stories can involve weird questions, miscommunication, unexpected bodily functions and some of the worst answers ever heard. Job interview questions can sometimes be misconstrued and the outcomes are often the makings of a good anecdote or just plain awkward. For the benefit of those out there in the peanut gallery these job seekers and recruiters have shared their worst experiences.

6 Effective Ways To Find A Job

Majority of job seekers reading this blog would either have left a job, or are gearing up for their first one. However, with such a massive competition, and recession stuck economies this is a challengeable task. Freshers directly face competition from the experienced ones, while on the other side, companies avoid people who have been fired. However, there are some aspects which on improvement give you strong advantage over others.
You should start by uploading or updating your resume on your LinkedIn profile. You need to highlight points, which make you different from others and will be beneficial to the company. These points can either be your communication skills, or your projects which can be beneficial to the company.

What Does It Mean To Get A Second Interview?

Question: What does getting a second interview mean?

Answer: Throughout the hiring process, you might encounter certain challenges or hurdles that you weren’t expecting. Relax! A second interview means that the hiring company wants to know more about you and your skills and is still weighing you against some other candidates.

You haven’t got the job yet. But this company is choosy and you have made it through the first round.

After your initial application you might have to get ready for a series of interview, rather than one. Sometimes you have to be ready for an entire panel of interviewers, which can be tough. We’re going to talk about what it means to get a second interview and how you can prepare.

At this stage you are likely one among many candidates all vying for the same position. Your resume and cover letter at this point should be cues for anecdotes rather than bullet points. A resume is looked over in less than a minute. But you can use the brevity of it to your advantage. Create talking points from each bullet point and highlight of your resume. This is your chance to outline your relevant skills and accomplishments.