What Anyone Wishes to Learn Before A Job Interview

Hannah Morgan from Career Sherpa provides excellent job search advice and recently shared this infographic on What Anyone Wishes to Learn Before a Job Interview

What Anyone Wishes to Learn Before Job Interveiw

This was initially shared on the YouTern at Finally, a Job Interview Cheat Sheet

 

 

Nathan S. Gibson is an independent worker compliance business partner who provides expertise and creative solutions to enhance workforce flexibility and maintain compliance with worker classification requirements. He helps mitigate the risks associated with the misclassification of self-employed consultants, freelancers and independent contractors.

1 thought on “What Anyone Wishes to Learn Before A Job Interview

  1. What an awesome cheat sheet. I think I’ll save this.
    I recently noticed that I used to fidget a lot during interviews. I tend to do this when I am in stressful situations. I am not the kind of person to go into a job interview and keep my cool when the interviewers are throwing question after question after question at me. I had several interviews in my life throughout the years and it was tough, but the more interviews I went through, the “better” I got. I found that the thing that helped me the most with my nervousness was preparing some “practice interviews” with a friend in advance. I let him read some questions out of this job interview guide (it’s really good. you can find it here: and I had to answer as if I really wanted to have the job. The more we practiced, the more I felt prepared and the better I ultimately did in the following interviews.

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