Going through the interview process, one can become so focused on preparing to answer questions that other practices like sending follow-up notes are forgotten. A follow-up email or letter is a low-effort gesture that can differentiate you as a thoughtful job applicant, and it provides you with another opportunity to further engage with the hiring manager. Use the following template for any follow-up message you want to send in the future.
When you are interviewing for any role, regardless of the position, you can expect to be asked behavioral or situational interview questions. These questions give the employer a lens as to how you would handle different situations that may arise in the workplace. Some examples of these types of questions include: Continue reading The STAR Approach: How to Answer Interview Questions Effectively
No matter what job you are seeking or what role you currently have, most employers will expect for you to have some knowledge of Microsoft Excel. Begin exploring Excel today with our introductory guide. Continue reading Introductory Excel Guide: Useful Functions, Capabilities, and Formulas
When the interviewer invites questions at the end of an interview, it is important to optimize this time. Asking the right questions can be a great opportunity to showcase your interest as well as to determine if the company is a good fit for your professional goals. To help you out, we have compiled these questions to keep the conversation going. Continue reading 21 Questions to Ask During an Interview
Nervous before an interview? Here’s 10 things you can do to give you confidence and ward off the pre-interview jitters. Continue reading Confidence is Key: 10 Tips to Help You Conquer Your Nerves Before a Job Interview