Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Interview Tips

Everyone knows you should be prepared to answer certain questions in a job interview:  what are your long-term goals, what are you faults, (I work too hard!) why did you leave your last job (I want  more challenges!) and so on.  But did you know you should ask questions in an interview?  According to
"Interview Tips to Get the Job You Want", available online through LearningExpress Library Test Preparation, there are all kinds of possibilities.  Here are some examples.

A.  What type of on-the-job training is available?
B.  How would you describe the corporate culture or the work environment?
C.  Could you provide me with a few details regarding the job that are not mentioned in the job description for this position? 

So be prepared when they ask, "Do you have any questions for us?"

For more, visit LearningExpress Library Test Preparation.
Set up name and password.  (This can be anything; it allows you to stop in the middle of a test and pick up where you left off when you log back in.) 
It asks for your email address but you don't have to supply one. Just click on the box next to 'don't show me this again'.
Click on continue and you can now choose your test/book.

1 comment:

Felon Job Finder said...

Thanks for sharing this interview tips that I could use and share to my site.