Interviewing Tools
Many employers view the interview as the most important part of evaluating a candidate. If you are offered an interview, it means that the interview committee saw something they liked in your cover letter or resume. Everything you do and say is being evaluated, so look and act your best to give yourself the best chance for getting the job. Now is the time to practice exactly how you will sell yourself to a prospective employer during that crucial first meeting. Preparation is essential to remaining calm under pressure and is the first step toward a successful interview, that is where this pre-interview checklist comes in handy.

 

The following sample job interview questions are presented only as interviewing guidelines. They are meant to help you prepare for the interview. Some questions may or may not be appropriate for your interviewing situation. Use your best judgment.
Be prepared to ask questions of the hiring manager during the interview that are based on your research of the company and industry. Insightful and pertinent questions will demonstrate that you've done your homework and that you're serious about the position. Here are some ideas of sample questions to asking during a job interview.
While how you dress for an interview won't make or break your chances of being hired, it can have a huge impact. Competition for jobs in the modern workplace isn't just about skill, it's about professionalism and culture – don't let your wardrobe be the reason you aren't hired for a job you would dream to have.