Youâ€™ve seen your dream job and your dream job has seen you, youâ€™ve lovingly prepared your CV and theyâ€™ve invited you in for a chat, you can almost taste it, you can almost smell your new office – itâ€™s so close. However, standing in between you and that dream job is the interview. You know that some awkward questions will be asked. Hereâ€™s how to trounce those annoying clichÃ© questions and bag that job.
Job interviews are nerve racking situations and the more nervous an applicant may be, the more it may affect your body language and behavior in a negative way. Interview body language is an incredibly vital aspect of getting a job and in this article we will try and calm your nerves by helping you to implore good interview body language habits and communication.
Environmental sustainability jobs fall within the growing field of Sustainability. More environmental jobs can be found in nearly all industries but itâ€™s not always what you know that gets you the job. An Environmental Sustainability Engineer shares her own job search experiences and what worked for her in getting the job she wanted in her own field.
This real workplace story illustrates how ‘thinking outside the box’ makes excellent strategy for a successful job search. Learn the many important aspects about the professional career hunt. The most vital thing is to be proactive and not passive in the job search process. To be proactive means to take matters into your own hands and not wait for opportunity to come to you, but to create your own opportunity.
The most common first question asked at a job interview usually is – â€œTell Me About Yourselfâ€. When you are asked this question by an interviewer, it is a valuable opportunity for you to launch your interview on a solid note. If you are able to answer this question effectively, be assured that youâ€™ll get their attention right at the beginning. Consider these three important things to form your answer.
Most people make careful preparations when applying for a job and subsequently interviewing for them. Yet, there are so many instances where a clearly avoidable mistake may cost the applicant not only the job but leave a bad impression too. These mistakes can range from outrageous acts or attires to an unprofessional comment.