Traditional interviews may not challenge an INTP. However, there are many advantages and disadvantages that this personality type may have in an interview situation, and we’re here to discuss and learn about them.
You feel like you had a great interview, you were well prepared, your answers were on point, but they haven’t called you back since? It may feel difficult, but we have some potential reasons why the employer hasn’t called you back yet.
ENTP types or otherwise known as ‘The Visionary’ are usually pretty good in interviews. However, like most people, there are things that we can learn to help us improve ourselves and our interview technique. As an ENTP you’re always ready to think outside the box, and here is the perfect place to start.
Interviews can be difficult situations to be in no matter what your personality type means. However, being able to understand yourself just that little bit better can help you prepare in different ways and help you realise what you can be doing to help improve yourself and your interview technique.
The nature of an ISTJ personality type or ‘The Inspector’ means they can usually hold themselves pretty well in an interview situation. However, everyone has weaknesses and this article can help you get an idea of how to improve on them.
Interviews can be daunting tasks, but for The Commander, it’s a chance for them to showcase their talents. However, having such a strong personality can be tough on other people. Keep reading to understand more about the ENTJ personality type and how you can improve your interview skills.
Understanding your strengths and weaknesses of your personality type can help you learn and develop your interview skills. Job seeking comes with its challenges, but learning more about yourself and why you act the way you do, can put you ahead of the other candidates.
Preparing for interviews can be nerve wracking, especially when you are trying to prepare for as many questions as possible. But there is a way to prepare for this and hopefully help you with any future job interviews you get invited to.
Your body language can give a lot away without you having to even say a word. So, from the second you walk through the door try and focus on being professional and confident. Keep reading to learn more about how you can do this.
Virtual interviews have given us the opportunity still attend interviews from the safety of our own homes. Because of this, I think virtual opportunities will be around long after the pandemic has ended, but how do we prepare for a video interview?
Sometimes losing your job is inevitable and nothing to do with anything you did. Right now, there are a lot of people in the same boat as you. We have some advice, that can be tailored to you, on how to deal with losing your job and how you can get back on track as quickly as possible.
If you are able to feel comfortable and you bring your ‘whole self’ to work, it’s more likely that the work you do will be better. We have taken this opportunity to explain why you should want to be yourself and why it may be a positive choice for you and your career.
Competency questions are very popular with employers during job interviews. They are used to find out more about you, your personal experiences in the workplace and whether your skills would be a good match or not. We have some tips and advice on how you might want to prepare for and answer these questions!
Although it may seem like a trick question, this interview question is often asked to understand your career goals and is similar to the “where do you see yourself in 5 years?” question. Keep reading for some tips on how to prepare for and answer this popular question.
Recruitment is still happening. Businesses are still looking for and hiring talent and if you are a job seeker, you should be prepared to still be invited to interviews. We have some tips on how to prepare for these interviews and what you should expect!
For some job seekers, the hardest part of looking for a job can be the interview, especially when it’s done and you’re sat waiting. We have some tips on what you can do after an interview to make you feel more at ease and potentially keep impressing the interviewer, even after you have left.