If no one responds after you try to follow up after a job interview, any of these twelve reasons might be why they have yet to get back to you.
Your main objective should be to draw a line between your goals and those of the company when answering the question, "Why do you want to work here?"
In an interview, when describing your biggest challenge, make sure you know how to tell your story in a way that communicates you're the one for the job.
"What's Your Greatest Strength" isn't a trick question, and how to answer is just as straightforward. Take a look at how to sell your strongest skills.
Answering these interview questions can involve walking a line between confidence and obnoxiousness. Find sample answers to help steer your responses.
Many don't think to write a thank you letter after an interview, but sending one can give you an edge. Learn how to write an interview thank you letter.
Talking about a past firing can be a mine field in a job interview. Learn what to say and how to say it when discussing your firing from a previous job.
Don't reveal everything when asked - only the most minimal and necessary information. Learn how to answer interview questions about leaving your last job.
Yep, drawing a selfie might help you overcome some of your pre-interview anxieties. Find info on how to complete this stress-relieving creative exercise.