Job Interview Tips

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.

Here Are the Job Interview Questions to Ask (and Avoid)

The interview is wrapping up and the manager asks you that common question: “Do you have any questions for me?” If you’re unprepared, you’re then racking your brain trying to quickly figure out some good interview questions to ask employers.

Interviewing Tips for Five Different Types of Hiring Managers

Did you land an interview? Congratulations, you’re halfway to the promise of a new job! You’re armed with interviewing tips and feel fully prepared as you walk in the door. But then you encounter an interviewer who completely throws you off. He’s either totally unprepared (e.g., lost your resume) or he makes you feel really awkward (e.g., long periods of silence). Well, sometimes bad things happen to good interviewees.

6 Interview Tips to Get the Job — and 6 People Doing It Wrong

For the majority of candidates, the job interview is the most difficult portion of the hiring process. You’re under the gun to make a strong impression. And research we’ve conducted shows that you don’t have a lot of time to do so. Sixty percent hiring managers form an opinion of job seekers in 10 minutes or less. Almost one in five (18 percent) do it in half that time. With that in mind, here are six interview tips for the next time you’re across the desk from a potential employer — and six people who are doing it wrong, according to managers we’ve surveyed. 

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