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Never End A Job Interview Without Doing These 3 Things

huffpost.com · 5 min

During a job interview, your nerves and adrenaline may be at an all-time high. That’s why it helps to be prepared. Ideally, the actual experiences and skills that you share will help you stand out. But how you end the interview can leave a really critical last impression.

The 'working' job interviews that go too far

BBC · 8 min

Tahlia was tentatively hopeful when she saw the ad for a senior role at a major trend-forecasting company. Her freelance design career had been curtailed by post-Brexit trading restrictions, so she was working in a minimum-wage job, while seeking avenues more aligned with her skillset.

THAT job interview question: “What are your greatest weaknesses?”

Ladders · 7 min

You might understandably pause when asked at a job interview about your greatest weaknesses. You might also understandably dread the question coming up. And you wouldn’t be alone. You want to respond without casting doubt about your ability to do the job, while also being honest.

When the Future of Work Means Always Looking For Your Next Job

Time · 8 min

Ryan Arthur was making a fine salary. He had great benefits. And the market research consulting firm that employed him was very pleased with his work. But during the pandemic, Arthur began a very targeted job search that had little to do with financial considerations.