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Job interviews are tough. Sitting in front of an interviewer (sometimes a few interviewers) and trying to demonstrate why they should hire you can be a daunting task. And with so much competition out there it can be very tough to stand out from the crowd. Whether you are a nervous interviewee and feel you need to boost your confidence or you are an experienced interviewee looking for ways to improve your job interview success rate, here are three ways you could improve your interview technique.


If you have been to a few job interviews recently but haven’t had much success, here are some tips on how to improve your performance and hopefully gain a job offer…

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Being rejected for a second interview can be tough but it’s even harder if you don’t know why you were rejected. If an employer doesn’t give you feedback then you may be left wondering why you didn’t make it to a second job interview. Here are some possible reasons why you may have been unsuccessful and some tips for your next interview:

Every so often you may find yourself in a job interview and facing some negative feedback. This can be incredibly awkward and it can be easy to let it alter your mood and hinder your performance. Here are a few tips on how to handle negative feedback. Interview Tips

If you have attended a job interview and been informed you didn’t get the job, it’s easy to move straight onto the next opportunity. But you should take this time to thank the employer for their time, even though you didn’t get the position. Interview Follow Up

Job interviews can be really daunting but not hearing back after you have attended one can be even more daunting! It’s crucial that you try and obtain job interview feedback though. Interview Follow Up

Do not be disheartened if you don’t hear from an employer immediately after a job interview. There are a number of factors to take into consideration including the number of applicants and the urgency of the role. But what do you do if it’s been weeks since you’ve heard from them? Job Interviews

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