Top 5 Tips To Prepare For a Job Interview

By Bea

How you prepare for a job interview will determine how successful you come out of it. And that doesn’t mean just searching in Google the top questions and answers asked (unless you want to be just another applicant). If you want to set yourself apart, you need to prepare in a different way and be…

How To Ace Your Job Interview – A Recruiter’s Perspective

By Bea

Do you know what a recruiter values in a job interview? We have talked with Lisa Barrow, Chief Recruiter for Kada Recruiting, about how recruiters evaluate candidates during a job interview. What are the main red flags a recruiter sees in a candidate? People who can do everything.  While being well-rounded is great, if your approach on your…

Most common mistake you are making in preparing for a technical interview

By Bea

TL;DR 1. Often technical people prepare to answer technical questions, not to ace a technical interview. That’s why the smartest and most qualified people are not necessarily the ones who get the job. The ones who interview better do (assuming they are qualified); 2. Becoming proficient at interviewing will take very little effort and time…

How To Ace A Phone Job Interview

By Bea

Job interviews can sometimes be inconvenienced by distance and time zones and may need to be conducted over the phone. This does not mean they should be taken any less seriously and can indeed make it more difficult to relate with the interviewer. Adequate preparation is necessary to ensure all goes smoothly. To ace a job…

How did Milo get hired in 1 day using FasterSkills?

By Bea

When you are looking for a job you have enough things that keep you busy such as looking for the right company, the right position, prepare your resume, look for referrals, send job applications and more. Thus it is perfectly normal to feel overwhelmed and get to the very last minute to prepare what is…

How to Dress for a Job Interview

By Bea

First impressions say a lot. Even before you get to interact with the interviewer, your dress code gives them a brief insight into who you are as an individual. The company dress code may not be too formal, however, dressing for the job and a job interview is two completely different scenarios. Here are a…

How To Prepare For a Job Interview

By Bea

Job interviews are among the most dreadful and intimidating ways of making first impressions. On the other side, it is your one opportunity to set yourself apart from other applicants that may be more qualified than you or whose credentials are better than yours. In the end, getting a job is not only based on…