Recruiter Jeff Lipschultz coaches you to ask the right questions in an interview, questions that will help you and help you stand out.
Recruiter Jeff Lipschultz helps you understand what’s going on after that great interview.
Recruiter Jeff Lipschultz offers a proven interview success method — a checklist connecting your skills and accomplishments with the requirements of the job.
Recruiter/headhunter Jeff Lipschultz offers savvy advice for differentiating yourself from other candidates with these smart answers to 15 job interview questions.
Articles and information about job search for job seekers who are over 50 including the Baby Boomer generation.
Boomer Job Search Expert Renee Lee Rosenberg describes 13 common interview mistakes Boomers (and others!) make.
Five landmines to avoid when intervieing at competitors – how to detect the dangers and protect yourself. Often your best potential new employers could be your current employer’s competition, and those job interviews can be very hazardous.
Debra Wheatman, Job-Hunt’s Company Research Expert, Debra Wheatman suggests questions you can ask during discussions with a current employee of your target employer.
Chandlee Bryan, Job-Hunt’s New Grads Job Search Expert, offers 3 tactics to help you stand out from the crowd and land those interviews.
After the interview, the interviewers get together and decide which of the interviewees to hire. Recruiter Biron Clark shares what they talk about so you can understand what you need to do to succeed.
Stay-at-home moms in a job search should use these tips to succeed in their job interviews by Rachelle Lappinen, Job-Hunt’s Working Moms Job Search Expert.
Boomer Job Search Expert Renee Lee Rosenberg offers the solution for common interview mistake # 1 – winging it in job interviews.
Christine Pardi offers job seekers 5 tips to make the best impression they can in those critical first few minutes of the job interview.
Answering the behavioral interview question ‘how do you motivate someone’ can be tough. Be honest, positive, and share a good example of how you succeeded in motivating someone.
How to answer the job interview question about your gap in employment for unemployed job seekers or job seekers who have been unemployed for a long period.
Here’s how to carefully and successfully answer the tricky job interview question – why did you quit your job question.
If you ask any of these questions in a job interview, you will kill the opportunity because these questions will make a very bad impression on the interviewers
Susan P. Joyce offers 30 bad answers to job interview questions — answers you should never give.
If you approach your interviews like a two-way conversation, it will set you apart, give you more confidence, and allow you to perform your best with much less stress resulting in more offers.
Finding your answer to the greatest strength question can be challenging. With a list of over 100 strengths for inspiration, choose your best hard-skill and soft-skill strengths.