People always complaint about they can’t come up with the right solution.
However good approach doesn’t come from nowhere. If you analyze the problem in the right direction, those smart answers should come to your mind naturally.
A lot of people ask me whether they are ready for their interviews.
Quite honestly, if you are uncertain about this question, you are most likely not ready for your upcoming interviews.
To help you be more aware of yourself and avoid being overconfident, the interview preparation tip today is to give you 6 questions that you’d better ask yourself before an interview in order to be more certain about whether you are ready.
Mock interview, once being conducted in the right way, can be extremely helpful and potentially boost your chance of getting hired significantly.
Some people choose to have mock interviews with their friends. Although it’s not as ideal as professional services like Gainlo, you can still benefit a lot with specific mock interview tips in your mind.
Do you know that many recruiters/interviewers care about candidates’ Github profiles?
A good Github profile can both make you more likely to pass resume screening and impress the interviewer.
However only few candidates have a Github page on their resumes and most of them are not well maintained. So you definitely get better chance to stand out by keeping an up-to-date Github profile.
Have you ever dreamed of getting a job at great companies like Google, Facebook?
For many people, their dreams is to get a job at Google some day and they don’t even consider it right after graduation.
Although new grads don’t have much industry experience, graduation is still one of the best opportunities for them to land a great job.
Do you know that 90% candidates failed their phone interviews?
The phone interview is where you make your first impression. Although in most cases phone interviews are easier than onsite interviews, majority people didn’t make it.
Before we talk about tips for phone interview, I’d like to briefly summarize the basic process of a phone interview.
As everyone knows that nowadays the most straightforward way to get a job is through interviews. However, stats from 2014 shows that 98% of job seekers are eliminated at the initial resume screening and only the “Top 2%” of candidates make it to the interview.
As that being said, majority of people didn’t even get a chance for an interview, which is quite disappointing as many of them have spent months or even a year to prepare for it.
You thought you did a great job in the interview and it’s almost for sure you’re gonna get the offer, however after few weeks all you got is a rejection email.
Quite honestly you are not alone. Many people are complaining that the interview results are totally different from their expectations and they truly believed that they were treated unfairly. They are keeping asking why I got rejected from a job when I felt I did a good job.