Does the very thought of a job interview give you the jitters and make you cringe? You’re certainly not alone.
Most people dread interviews — especially if they’re out of practice. There’s no way of knowing just what questions you’ll be hit with. But if you practice and become comfortable with the classic questions and others you can expect to be asked, you’ll be way ahead of the game.
Here are resources and advice to prepare you for even the toughest questions and interview settings:
A compilation of resources to help you practice and get comfortable with the classic questions and others you can expect to be asked.
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From hr-guide.com, a monster list of interview questions organized by topics, including Achievement, Goals, Leadership, Compensation, Organization, Loyalty, Stress/Environment and much more. Note: scroll down to the bottom of the web page to find the question categories.