At the end of most job interviews, the interviewer will ask the prospective employee, “Do you have any questions for me?” This may seem daunting, but it’s actually an opportunity to improve your chances of getting the job.
Admit it. At some point during one of your job interviews, the employer likely caught you off guard when they asked if you had any questions after the interview. You probably began scrambling to come up with a good response, or simply shrugged it off with a “No, I do not.”
Some employers ask for it while others don’t even mention it, but the cover letter can help you land the interview and the hopefully the job. Many fear the cover letter finding it intimidating. Bulleting your experience on a resume is easy.
Do you know how long on average an employer looks at a resume? 6 seconds. It can be frustrating especially as you’ve spent hours combing over and revising every line to make it just right.
The process of finding a job can be extremely stressful especially in today’s job market. Getting your resume and cover letter in front of the right people and securing an interview can be difficult.
Landing an interview for a job position you really want can be both very exciting and very stressful. There’s a chance you may get the job, but there’s also a chance you may lose the opportunity as well. So, how do you really prepare for such an interview?