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A job interview is so much more than a verbal conversation. Up until that moment when you enter the interview room, you have only represented yourself on paper via your resume. You can be proud that something about ‘paper you’ peaked the interest of a potential future employer and landed you an interview. Now here you are at the next stage in the selection process, and the interviewer needs to determine if you bring the right solution for their company. It’s time for the real you to shine. Do your skills under pressure and in person stand up to paper you?

Video: How to Ace Your Interview

How to Ace Your IT Job Interview

Our recruiter Neil Wiseblott’s video sharing how to ace your interview. We send this 5 minute video to all of our candidates before we send them out on interviews with clients and we’ve always received positive feedback from them about the video. See for yourself how you can ace your interview!

 

Telephone job interviews are an important step in getting the job.

Tips for Successful Telephone Job Interviews

The first contact you will receive from a hiring manager or a recruiter who is considering hiring you will often be an impromptu telephone call. But this is more than a telephone call. It’s actually a telephone screening interview. The recruiter will ask you some questions to find out you are interested in being presented to the hiring committee for the job.

Tips from an IT recruiter for a successful Skype job interview

Tips for a Successful Skype Interview

Skype job interviews are becoming more common because many IT job interviews occur outside of regular business hours. Many job candidates are already working full time, or they live far away from the job site. A Skype job interview is the next best thing to a face-to-face meeting.

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How to respond to the question “Tell Me About Yourself”

This question, or a variation of it, is asked in almost every interview. If you haven’t thought about how to reply to this question before entering your interview, you are missing out on a great opportunity to prove that you are the perfect person for the job. Find out how to prepare an answer that will show what you bring to the job that goes above and beyond what you expressed in your resume.

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Questions to Ask at the End of Your Job Interview

When asked, “Do you have any questions for us?,” at the end of an interview, never say no. Don’t miss an opportunity to show you’re knowledgeable about the company. Our IT recruiter Emily Hudsonroder shares some examples of interview questions to ask at the end of your interview.

 

How to answer the question What is your biggest weaknessTackling the Interview Question “What is Your Biggest Weakness?”

How do you respond to the interview question, “What is your biggest weakness?” Should you say you have no weaknesses? Or should you list off all of your faults and be honest? Is this a trick question? Our IT recruiter Emily Hudsonroder explains how to handle this tricky interview question.

Common Job Interview Mistakes to Avoid

20 Things Not to Do in an Interview

If you’ve done any of the 20 things on this list, chances are high that you didn’t get the job you were interviewing for.

Find out 20 things that you definitely should not to do in a job interview.

 

One of the toughest questions to anser

Where Do You See Yourself In Five Years?

IT recruiter Emily Hudsonroder answers the question everybody hates to hear in an interview, “Where do you see yourself in five years?” This question is quite common, so don’t get caught without a response before heading into your next job interview.

 

 

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