Interview Advice

  • Job seeking sites can feel intimidating at first. That’s why we have created this guide for you, including all kinds of tips and ideas on how to use job seeking sites correctly and to ensure you are making the most of everything they have to offer!
  • This month we have written seven different articles for you to enjoy, from your virtual job seeking guide, to life at Equinix. There's something for everyone this month, so keep reading for a full September round-up!
  • Have you enjoyed your job recently or is the idea of going back into your workplace the worst thing you could possibly think of? Now is as good as any time to start looking for your new engineering job and here’s why!
  • Time management is a skill that may or may not come naturally to you. The better you manage your time, the more control you have over your work and productivity. We can all spend a bit more time planning and thinking about the future, so why not start now?
  • Job seekers have had to adapt to a new normal of job searching and interviewing completely online or virtually. Some of these job seeking elements are here to stay. This guide will help you understand what you can be doing to make your virtual job search a success!
  • Here at E&TJ we really want you to find the right job for you and have a positive interview experience. However, we understand that sometimes there may be reasons why it is better not to attend. Keep reading to find out why!
  • Welcome to this week’s personality article, it will be the last instalment of the series and we will be focusing on the ISTP personality type, also known as The Craftsperson. Keep reading to find out more about this type and how to improve your interview technique!
  • Good communication skills come handy in pretty much every job you can think of. If you’re someone who is looking to improve this skill, we have some tips and advice in this article for you.
  • This week’s personality series article is all about the ESFP type, also known as The Entertainer. There is always room for improvement when it comes to job seeking, we are constantly learning more about ourselves and these articles are designed to help you analyse those findings and see where you...
  • This week’s personality article focuses on the ISFP type. We discuss the potential strengths, weaknesses and how this type could work on their ‘flaws’ to develop a better understanding of themselves and use it to improve their interview performance.
  • Most of us look forward to the summertime, warmer and longer days, giving us the opportunity to get out and do the things we love. You don’t need to let work get in the way. Whether you are working or job seeking, here are some things you can do to make the most of summer and still be productive!
  • ESTP’s – Also known as The Dynamo tend to be energetic people who are always looking for their next thrill-seeking adventure. If you think this relates to you, keep reading to find out how you can improve your job seeking journey to get where you want to be!
  • The ESFJ personality type are conscientious helpers, they are sensitive to the needs of others and will always live by their responsibilities. In this article we talk how an ESFJ type can use their strengths to their advantage and how they can work on their potential weaknesses.
  • Losing your job is never easy and most of the time, not a very positive experience at all. People lose their jobs for a variety of reasons but whether it’s because your contract is ending, you’ve been made redundant or you’ve just moved on, we have some tips for you to start your next role feelin...
  • ESTJ’s are hardworking individuals, they are often eager to take charge and tend to be very orderly people. So, what does this personality type stand for and what can you do to prepare better for an interview?
  • Welcome to this week’s personality article, where we share information about a specific personality type and link it to how you could improve on your interview skills and technique. During this instalment, we are focusing on the ENFP personality type, so click to keep reading!
  • Job interviews are typically seen as opportunities for job seekers to impress the employer. However, the employers have to try to impress you as well. Any red flags you see during an interview are valid and we have some potential reasons that are worth leaving an interview for.
  • In this week’s instalment of the personality series, we are discussing the INFJ personality type. Keep reading to find out more about this type and how you can develop a better understanding of yourself!
  • The reason many of us don’t feel particularly comfortable with or get nervous for upcoming interviews, is often because we are afraid of the unexpected. Keep reading to find out more about answering career goal interview questions.
  • There’s a good reason this personality type is called The Teacher, they focus on their values and let that guide them through their lives and their work. Keep reading to find out more about the ENFJ and how this can help you when it comes to interviews and the job seeking process.