The job interview is your best chance to make a strong impression on a potential employer. And, without a doubt, it’s the most stressful step in your search for a new job. Robert Half can help you learn what questions you are likely to be asked during a job interview and the types of answers hiring managers want to hear. Also get tips for preparing for a job interview — from the proper attire to the best way to follow up — so you can put your best foot forward.
Job Interview Tips
Oops! Things to Say in an Interview if You Don’t Want the Job
First impressions matter. Check out this list of things to avoid saying during your next job interview.
Your Top Questions About the Follow-Up Interview Answered
Are you getting ready for a second or third interview with an employer? Read Robert Half's tips to help ensure that you’re prepared.
How to Prepare for Business Analyst Interview Questions
Employers are being choosy about the professionals they select for specialized roles in the finance function — even when hiring consultants and project professionals. This is why many are asking tough business analyst interview questions, which can be challenging for candidates who don’t anticipate them. Here's some insight on what to expect and how to prepare.
Texting Tips for Employers and Job Candidates
Should you text during the interview process? Check out Robert Half's texting tips for both hiring managers and job candidates.
WorkVine®: Oh, the Drama of Dressing for an Interview
Dressing for an interview can be stressful. While you’ve likely heard countless warnings about avoiding overly casual attire, you don’t want to swing too far in the opposite direction either.