Tag: interview questions

How To Respond To: “Tell Me About A Time When You’ve Failed”

We all have weaknesses and have experienced times of failure – but how we overcome those shortcomings often says a lot about our personalities and work ethics. Despite the lessons learned, our flaws are not always something we want to talk about, especially in a job interview. Regardless, it’s wise […]

8 Questions You Should Absolutely Ask An Interviewer

While some interviews may feel more like interrogations, they shouldn’t. Close your eyes and think of a tennis match: The ball is hit back and forth, rather effortlessly (well, unless you’re opposite Serena Williams). An interview should be like a casual game of tennis, where questions are lobbed back and […]

7 Questions Senior-Level Candidates Should Ask in a Job Interview

If you’re interviewing for a senior-level position, odds are that you’re fairly familiar with the interview process. You know how to walk a recruiter through your resume, describe your strengths and weaknesses and articulate what makes you interested in the opportunity. But remember, an interview isn’t just about answering questions. […]

10 Interview Questions to Answer If You Want to Be an HR Manager

So you’ve been in HR for a few years now, and you’re eager to move to the next level. It’s no wonder — with 10,000+ jobs available and a median salary of over $86,000, HR Manager is a highly desirable position (enough to have cracked the top five of our 2018 Best Jobs […]

How To Give Original Answers To 7 Cliché Interview Questions

Throughout your career, you will participate in many, many job interviews. In all of these interviews, there are a few questions you will hear time and time again. What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses? Why should we hire you? Even though these questions are incredibly cliché, there’s a […]