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We have all had that not-so-special feeling of beating hearts, sweaty palms, and raspy breaths. The state describes the sense of a fresh graduate going to the first interview. New students going for entry-level jobs can especially subscribe to this feeling. The collective thoughts that plague a fresh job seeker are: • Am I prepared enough? • What will they ask me? • What can they ask me? These thoughts and concerns plague...
There are blunders that entry-level job seekers make during their interview that can seriously impair their ability to bag a good position in the company. Getting the first call to the company is a “hurray” moment in anyone’s life, but unfortunately, some candidates ruin their moments. Lack of experience, misinformation and carelessness are the main culprits of lousy interview practices. Interview mistakes are more common...
For both job seekers and recruiters, it is necessary to find a harmonious platform for connecting. Entry-level job seekers with poor research skills find it difficult to navigate the job market. With no relevant prior job experience, their options are already meagre. The recruiters, on the other hand, find it difficult to systematically organise the scores of resumes they receive in their e-mail accounts every day. What is the midpoint to...
When you receive the call for your first interview, it is an exhilarating yet nerve-wracking experience. You start rummaging your mind for all the “classic advise” that you have been given. The triteness of the rhythm of “be confident, don’t show nervousness, fake it till you make it” becomes a jumbled, erratic mess in your head. The question then remains; how should I prepare for my first interview? How do I...