So you've had the phone interview, and now you don't know if they're moving you forward to the face to face or not. You even tried to call the nice HR woman you spoke to, but you still don't have an answer. Do you just give up? What if you really want this job?
Watch this video to get cutting edge tips on who to you need to talk to and what to say to that person in this situation to give yourself a shot at moving forward to the face-to-face.
Click to watch, and then download my Free Report on How to Follow Up After the Interview. You'll know exactly what to do after phone interviews and face-to-face interviews, in every circumstance--from your thank you note to any follow up phone calls you may need to make. This report will help you get more job offers.
Do you want to stand out in your phone interviews? Watch this 1-minute video to see why you should send a thank you email after your phone interview and when you should send it. You'll also see who else should get a note from you, and how you can use these as another way to stand out and be impressive.
Click on the video to watch--and then click to download my Free Report on how to write a Thank You Email After Interviews. You'll see what the best thank you notes say and how to keep the process moving forward to the face-to-face interview.
Interviewers like to try and put you on the spot with difficult job interview questions, like \"How did you handle it the last time your boss chastized you or strongly disagreed with a decision you made?\"
In the video below, I will tell you how to answer difficult job interview questions like this one. Click the video to watch.
Do you research the company before your job interview? How about the interviewer? You can give yourself a huge advantage in your job interview if you research the interviewer ahead of time.
In the video below, I'll tell you how to gather information about your interviewer...what questions you should ask, who you should ask, and what you're looking for. These tips will put you ahead of the other candidates and make you absolutely stand out as the best candidate. There are 3 important places you can gather information. Click the video to watch.
Find out more places to gather information and see how it can help you ace your interview in my blog article: Phone Interview Tips #8.
Resume objective statements are valuable--IF they're done right. A badly written objective statement is a waste of space and worthy of the scorn that's been heaped on it by some. A well-written objective statement is going to grab the attention of hiring managers. It might even stand in for your cover letter. (Busy hiring managers might not read it.)
Watch the video below to see more about why objective statements are so important and get ideas for what a good resume objective statement would look like for a marketing job. Click the video to watch.
Looking for a fast way to find a job? Your previous boss might just be a good resource for you--in a variety of ways.
In the video below, I will tell you why it's worth contacting your previous boss when you're in the job search, and how these people can help you in more ways than you know. Click the video to watch.
Do you have a poor relationship with your previous boss? Maybe you were even fired? Read my blog post on how to contact previous bosses in your job search for great tips on how to handle even difficult situations with past bosses. Fastest Way to Find a Job Tip 2.
For lots of out-of-the-box ideas to help you find a job fast, check out my blog series, Fastest Way To Find a Job - 25 Tips for a Super-Fast Job Search.
Handling questions about money or salary in job interviews is tricky. Everyone struggles with how to answer interview questions concerning money--but it's easier than you think to successfully answer salary questions.
In the video below, I will tell you how you can respond to any questions about salary in your job interview, and even why you can consider these questions to be a good thing. Click the video to watch.
Why would an interviewer ask you 'What excites you and scares you about this job?' It's another way to get at your weaknesses and strengths. It's a way to find out what scares you because maybe you're not ready for it, and what you think you're prepared to handle. Employers can get creative about how they ask these kinds of questions, and this is one.
In the video below, I will tell you what your strategy should be when answering this interview question.
As a recruiter who has conducted thousands of phone interviews myself over the years, I have seen candidates make a lot of mistakes. In the video below, I will tell you some of the biggest phone interview mistakes that candidates make, and how you can avoid making them yourself.