At Career Resume Consulting, I see many professionals in a career search make certain assumptions about how to best go about actively searching for a new job. Many of these are just plain wrong.
So there are less than 5 months left in 2019... Think back to January of this year... Did you make a New Year's Resolution to find a new position with more responsibility, a better fit, and more money? Money isn't usually the first priority for our clientele, but it's one that we consistently are able to help with, when our clients find a position with a company that truly appreciates their talents.
It’s a great time to be searching for a job. In November 2018 unemployment was at a 39-year low and there are companies hiring in many sectors. And that’s great news, but if you want to move on up, it’s still down to you to find the job of your dreams and win at interview. So, Make sure that your interview preparation, particularly anticipating common interview questions is up to scratch. If you manage to get through this far, you have a reasonable chance, dnd having a mock interview might just stop you sabotaging it.
How to prepare for behavioral job interview questions
It’s a question which is amongst the most commonly asked interview questions and can seem quite innocent at first, but could actually be the most important interview question that you will ever answer.