A job interview is your chance of selling yourself to a potential employer. How you dress, what you say and your body language are all taken into account - sometimes subconsciously - by your interviewer. Our collection of articles and tips on succeeding at this all-important stage of the job search can be found here.

Driving Job Interview Questions

Driving Job Interview Questions

Besides being able to meet the obvious requirements - a valid, clean licence and good eyesight - drivers will usually need to do well in an interview. What kind of questions might you expect to be asked in a driving job interview?

Experience is a must, so think about you past jobs in the field, and in particular what challenging situations you found yourself in, and how you resolved them.

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Teaching Interview Questions

Teaching Interview Questions

Here are a sample of questions that might come up in your next teaching job interview. Some are generic, typical job interview questions whatever the profession. But many are specific to teaching jobs. As with any interview, preparation is key: spend time on the school's website and especially read their latest Ofsted report.

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Go Back To Basics For Interviews

Go Back To Basics For Interviews

At a time when so much of the job search, application, selection and interview process is online and technology-driven, why would anyone consider 'old school' as having any relevance? Isn't your ability to master a 'Tinder for jobs' app sure-fire proof of your suitability for the job?

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HCA Interview questions, answers, tips

HCA Interview questions, answers, tips

Preparing for and succeeding in your next Health Care Assistant job interview is no different to any successful job interview - prepare thoroughly (and dress smartly and be on time). This article provides you with some insights and tips on how to sail through the HCA interview.

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5 tips for a successful digital marketing job interview

5 tips for a successful digital marketing job interview

What do you need to succeed in your digital marketing executive interview? Here are some tips to get you started.

Relax

If your pulse isn't racing a bit, you're too relaxed. But don't get too tense - it's an interview, not an interrogation.

Know your CV

Prepare by getting a friend to interview you, with a brief to look for the gaps in your CV and quiz you. And to get specifics about your broader claims. ‘Raised profile of company’ says nothing specific about what you did. Get specific. Prepare yourself for the difficult questions.

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