So what is a good question? Well, it basically depends on the position you are interviewing for and how the interview has gone thus far. Ordinarily, you will get the opportunity to ask questions after you have been interviewed; so, if your interview has been sour up to this point, this will be the only chance you get to redeem yourself. On the contrary, if you feel that you have had a good interview, then you have to maintain this perception.
Imagine that you are asked to interview with an architectural or engineering firm. The corporate recruiter tells you “The interview will last 45 minutes. There are 5 candidates coming in to interview for 1 opening. You have 45 minutes to talk to the hiring authority. We will let you know in a couple of weeks […]
An interviewing guide providing the most commonly used interviewing tactics for engineers and other professionals.
Some of the most common interviewing techniques you will encounter in your job search.
A must read for all job seekers. Provides an informative list of ten common interviewing techniques and highlights crucial insights on how to research for and approach interviews.
An insightful list of the most common mistakes interviewees make.
2. Poor or casual personal appearance
3. Lack of interest and enthusiasm
4. Over emphasis on money
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Helpful information on all important aspects of successful interviewing – preparation, performance, and follow-up for an engineering or any other job interview.