The elevator pitch is a form of networking. Your introduction, be it spoken or written, creates a first impression, and we all know that first impressions are very important.
At the end of virtually every interview, your interviewer will ask if you have any questions. This blog post provides advice for what to ask.
According to the ADA, a person is not required to disclose a disability either during the interview process or as an employee until an accommodation is needed. If you don’t need an accommodation, it’s also perfectly fine to never disclose at all.
You might go your whole career and never be asked an illegal job interview question—but it does happen on rare occasion. In this post, you’ll learn how to identify illegal interview questions and how to handle it if you’re asked one.
This is the second of a two-part series. This post explores the “brave new world” of the video computer / artificial intelligence interview where candidates do not interact with actual people but rather only with a computer or artificial intelligence.
This is the first of a two-part series. This post is devoted to the more traditional remote interviewing techniques, i.e., phone interviews and webcam interviews conducted by actual human beings.
You may be prepared for all the possible questions, but a lack of awareness of interviewer styles could adversely affect your performance. Regardless of the type of interviewer you encounter, there are tactics to maintain your composure and leave a positive impression.
Remote interviews present different challenges to in-person interviews and thus demand a different approach and strategy. This post dives into phone interviews, webcam interviews (often referred to as Skype interviews), and pre-recorded video interviews.
Even if you don’t get a job offer, you will have gained something valuable by going through the interview process: the more interviews you do, the better you get at them.
This post deals with some of the hardest interview questions for students seeking non-academic positions. The good news about difficult interview questions is that that after some practice, they can actually become pretty easy.
A Mock Interview is a practice job interview. Doing one before an actual job interview can significantly improve your performance thus improving your chances of getting a job offer.
This post brings together advice from GC faculty and alumni who recently gathered with current students to share their advice, wisdom, and perspectives from their collective years of experience on search committees.
Whether you’re pursuing a career in academia or beyond, fashion—how you’re dressed—impacts how you’ll come across from the moment you walk in the door. Clothing affects your body language, physiology, emotions, image, and self-presentation to others.
By Anders Wallace Photo by Kane Reinholdtsen on Unsplash When giving a talk, many people worry about what they will say and getting the facts right. In other words, they… Read the rest
Thanks to the Internet and relevant technology, people nowadays can conduct a multitude of tasks from afar, job interviews included. Skype, among many others, is a common Internet service that employers use to interview prospective employees.