Guide to Job Interviewing Resources and Tools
Essential job interviewing tools and resources for all job-seekers.
What follows is a collection of the best job interviewing resources and tools — including tips, articles, and tutorials — to help you succeed in any employment interview situation, including traditional, behavioral, and case interview methods.
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We have 150 typical traditional and behavioral job interview questions that employers ask of job-seekers for both established job-seekers and college students and recent graduates. View the entire list of questions or go through the list of questions eight at a time and view sample excellent responses.
Two new job interview features that are designed to help job-seekers master the critical job interview. The interview question database contains questions and answers to 150 typical traditional and behavioral job interview questions that employers ask of job-seekers. The practice interview section is a chance for job-seekers to write responses to common interview questions and compare your answers to sample excellent responses.
The Quintessential Guide to Job Interview Preparation, by Katharine Hansen, Ph.D., and Randall Hansen, Ph.D. (Quintessential Careers Press). A free book that covers all the essential information job-seekers need to know about job interviewing. This comprehensive guide to succeeding in job interviews shows you exactly what to expect — and what’s expected of you every step of the way. You’ll learn the secrets of interview preparation that will enable you to wow your interviewer… and much more. A must read for all job-seekers.
OTHER JOB INTERVIEWING RESOURCES
Best Employment Interviewing Tips — some good tips and guidance on job interviewing, from the publishers of Interviewing with Confidence.
Hired4Sure — a job interview question and answer site moderated by several career experts. Job-seekers can find employment questions (with answers) that have been asked all over the world. Every question is categorized according to occupation, industry, and specific employer. You can even add a question. No cost to job-seekers.