Even better, the site is used to gather feedback from other job hunters on their interviews, allowing them to post information on what really happened and what you should be prepared for in your own search.
I highly recommend bookmarking these sites for your own job interview preparation.
Take the time to review the “standard” interview questions you will most likely be asked. Also review sample answers to typical interview questions: http://jobsearch.about.com/od/interviewquestionsanswers/a/interviewquest.htm
How Employers Use Behavioral Interviews
Behavioral interviews ask the candidate to pinpoint specific instances in which a particular behavior was exhibited in the past. In the best behaviorally-based interviews, the candidate is unaware of the behavior the interviewer is verifying.
Here’s more on why and how employers use behavioral interviews: http://humanresources.about.com/od/interviewing/a/behavior_interv.htm
Interview Tips for Medical Job Seekers
Whether you’re interviewing for an entry level, hourly wage job, a high-paying hospital executive role, or a clinical role such as nursing or physician jobs, this link provides a few key steps you can take to assure that you’re prepared for your interview: http://healthcareers.about.com/od/gettingthejob/bb/MedJobInterview.htm
Dressing for a Job Interview
Getting dressed for a job interview can be tricky. You want to make a good impression, and your clothes will certainly influence whether or not you will do that.
Ask yourself these questions before you decide what to wear: http://careerplanning.about.com/od/jobinterviews/a/dress_questions.htm
Share an Interview Tip
It’s always helpful to get job interview tips from job seekers who have aced the interview and from career experts who can share their interviewing expertise.
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