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It’s almost a given that at the end of any interview your interviewer will ask if you have any questions for them. This tends to stump a lot of candidates as they have failed to prepare any questions beforehand and it’s often difficult to think on the spot. Here are a couple of question ideas to get you started:
Non-verbal communication accounts for around 60% of all communication. The words that you actually say aren’t the most important aspect; it’s how you say it that counts. An interview situation can make us nervous and affect our use of non-verbal communication so it’s important to be aware of this and put some measures in place to control it.
With unemployment at an all time high we’re seeing hundreds if not thousands of applicants all vying for the same job. If you’re lucky enough to be one of the few that make it through to interview stage then it’s time to make sure you stand out for all the right reasons! Here’s our run down of the top 5 things NOT to do in an interview:
Your CV is possibly the most personal and powerful document you will ever create. If you would like to write your own CV – here are some useful tips to get you started: