Are Job Interviews Broken?

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Think back to your last job interview. Did you feel like the interviewer’s questions revealed your aptitude for the job? If you’re on the other side of the conference table, think about your last hire. Did you …

4 Red Flags to Look Out For in Your Next Interview

Although it doesn't always feel this way, job interviews are a two-way street. When you're interviewing for a job, it's not just about what the company thinks about you – it's also how you feel about the company. A good cultural fit can mean the difference between skipping off to work with a song in your heart and dragging yourself to the office like you're headed to the DMV. Not a seasoned interviewer? Never fear. You can learn to recognize the red flags that indicate this job isn't for you – during the interview process and before you take that job offer.

5 Tips to Prepare for an Exploratory Interview

It might feel weird to prepare for an interview when you don't even expect it to lead to a job, but it's worth your while to do your homework before an exploratory interview, and treat it just as seriously as you would any other job interview. You never know when the situation might go from an informal chat to a serious path to a new job.

Avoid These 4 Common Interview Mistakes

You're ready. You've got "Lose Yourself" queued up in your headphones, your resume is fresh off the printer, and you know you're a lock for this role. But 30 minutes later, you're walking out of the interview and the prospects are starting to look bleak. It's not an uncommon place to be in, and it's probably because of an all too common mistake. Ready to find out where you went wrong?