The job hunt isn’t fun, but it is even less enjoyable when you send out CV after CV without ever hearing anything back.
So you’ve mastered the art of the CV and it’s got you this far.
Preparing for interviews can be a challenge.
Congratulations on making it to the interview portion of your job search! You've already been successful at standing out on paper, now, the real task is to stand out in person. Here are some tools that could help improve your interview skills.
You think the interview went perfectly – eye contact, steady voice, dashing smile – but somehow you didn’t get the job. You mentioned every relevant piece of work experience you’ve acquired, but your chances may have been dashed by not using the ‘STAR’ technique. What is ‘STAR’? It stands for Situation, Task, Approach.
Job interviews are always exciting. There’s the elevated mood when you get an email inviting you to interview. You come in on time, you answer all the questions and all in all, you feel like you’ve made a good impression.
We’ve all been there.
Unlike some recruitment agencies who have nothing to “sell you” to companies but your CV and their word, here at Inspiring Interns, we do things a bit differently.
Whether it's your first or fiftieth, and no matter how determined you can be not to worry, interview nerves can sneak up on the best of us.