Aug 16, 2018 - 09:46 PM
Then, you have to think about potential reasons why the employer rejected you. Second interviews are usually much more in depth than first meetings with a hiring manager. The next time you get a second interview, develop a better strategy for success. First, make sure you do extensive research before the interview to see what kinds of questions the employer asks. Ask current employees or look for information online.
Then, be ready to go into specific detail about how your skills and qualifications perfectly match the desired job. Have a few relevant stories from your past work history or education ready to go. Use your experience from the first interview to gauge the tone and feel of the corporate culture. Don't summarize or rehash some of your answers from the first interview. Instead, be ready to sell yourself again in a completely new way.