There is a wrong and right way to answer interview questions. Here are a few ways we recommend you form your answers.
Subject: Interview next Thursday at the Starbucks at the airport. An interesting location to meet for an interview you think to yourself. As you open the email you wonder, where’s the Starbucks at the airport?
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You’ve heard it all before. “Just keep trying and a door will open”. “Don’t get discouraged if it’s meant to be it will happen”. “Their loss not yours”. Helpful advice, not.
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Sweet, a video job interview! But wait, I don’t know how to do a video job interview! If you’re job searching and video interview has been scheduled, I’m guessing this is exactly what you’re thinking.
Getting caught on Bull Street during a job interview not only makes you look stupid, it ruins your chance of landing an offer!
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