Impressive Interviewing

What Job Seekers Forget: Being Able to Answer “Miss America” Questions

Our friends over at Come Recommended recently published an article called “Be a Stand Out Job Candidate: Start Reading.” In it, they encouraged job seekers to peruse the Washington Post, follow industry related blog...

The Only 2 Questions You Need to Master in an Interview

Interviewing is hard for a lot of people. It’s nerve-wracking, it’s unpredictable, and it catches you at a time you’re often most vulnerable – when you need a job! Simplifying interviewing is damn near impos...

Job Interviewing 101 Infographic: How to Succeed in Different Situations

Did you know the average employer may receive upwards of 100 applications per job opening? In addition, even if an applicant does land an interview, it can be difficult to navigate through the process since every interviewer is...


The Impossible Interview Question: Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years?

Recently, our friends over at Interviewing.com tackled an incredibly important question. How do you answer the interview question “Where do you see yourself in five years?” Robin Rayburn beautifully points out, this...

Salary Negotation Tips to Get the Best Pay You Can

Recently, our friend Anna Runyan over at Classy Career Girl interviewed Katie Donovan from Earn More Girl about the ins and outs of salary negotiation. This gem of advice was one of Katie’s incredible suggestions on how t...

The Most Asked Job Interview Questions

If you’re preparing for a job interview this week, you’ll want to do some “practice questions” with a friend or your spouse, or perhaps just talking to yourself in the shower. Great interviewers rehearse...


Relaxed Does Not Equal Unprofessional

  The women in the above photo, if they were wearing these outfits to an office, would quite obviously be working in a casually dressed work environment. Imagine, for a moment, where these women might work. Google, perhaps...

One Thing Killing Your Interviews: You Have to Want It!

In today’s economy, finding a new job takes more time than ever before. Depending on which government websites you visit and which studies you read, you’ll find that an average job search takes at least 6 months, an...

Recognizing Red Flags in the Job Hunt

Red flags are a tricky subject in any realm. In bad relationships, there are always red flags before things get bad, but the truth is you usually don’t notice them until you’re looking back at the wreckage of a bad ...


Interview Outfits for Women for Every Job

Recently, we gave you tips and tricks to dress for an interview if you’re the kind of gal who simply hates dressing up. But what about those of us who like wearing dress clothes? We know, we know, you still need to dress ...