tell me about yourself.”After
saying hello, shaking hands and maybe exchanging a few comments about the
weather, you may be faced with this intimidating imperative sentence. Sure, you know exactly what to say when
someone asks you how long you were at your last job or what you studied in
school, but this open-ended interview starter might leave you struggling for
the right words. Here are some basic dos
and don’ts to help you navigate this crucial first impression.
Do include pe...
You nailed the interview. Now all that’s left to do is seal the deal with a thank you note. Having proper follow up after a job interview is as imperative as the interview itself. How you follow up can signal to the interviewer just as much as your formal interview. While playing the waiting game can be an unnerving task, you must remain patient while awaiting a response. Below are some of Watson Dwyer’s tips on how to follow up after an interview.
After the conclusion of your ...
starters, it’s extremely important to be aware of your body language when
arriving and settling into your first i...