As you're preparing for interviews, you most likely look things up like common interview questions, how to answer them, and also research the company. These things are all good — and knowing yourself and coming prepared to an interview will help you present yourself as a strong candidate. With 340% more on-campus interviews than the … Continue reading The One Question You Might Be Answering Totally Wrong In Interviews
In almost every interview, you will get a chance to ask questions at the end. Many students don’t take this part of an interview too seriously and waste an opportunity to impress their interviewer. Recruiters base your level of interest off the quality of questions you ask. So what should you ask them? Here is … Continue reading 5 Best Questions to Ask an Interviewer
Prepping for an interview? This is by no means a complete list of every interview question your interviewer could ask, but it should cover a lot of ground and get you prepared to think in the right way to answer those questions. If you're having trouble with some of these questions, check out 19 Killer … Continue reading 33 Common Interview Questions
Interviews can be stressful, and sometimes it's hard to come up with the right answer to a question. Here are 19 killer questions and some tips on how to craft a beautiful answer to land the job! Tell me about yourself. Your answer to this question should sum up why you are right for the job. Use … Continue reading 19 Killer Interview Questions and How to Answer Them
You've researched the employer on Purdue Career Wiki, practiced the common interview questions, dressed appropriately for the interview (Women/Men), and given an overall great first impression to your interviewer. Congratulations! However, your work is still not finished. Getting past that first impression is only half of the journey. Now that you have made it past the … Continue reading Behavioral Interview Questions… Nailed it!
When it comes to finding a job, you don’t want to show weakness. Confidence is a huge part of getting a job. So here is a list of things that you should start practicing before the interview to show confidence. Review and recite the things you’ve learned from bad experiences. Have a group project that … Continue reading Never Apologize