Job Interviews: How To Impress Your Future Employer [Infographic]

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We just spotted the following infographic tackling how to impress your future employer in a job interview. There are some really good tips in here, so well worth taking two minutes to review. We'd particularly highlight:
 

  • Understanding how the company perceive themselves
  • Taking time to think in advance how you will respond to any questions about salary expectations
  • Reviewing the section on questions to ask as this is particularly strong. It's critical you come up with some questions that show you have ambition and enthusiasm for their company, plus an interest in the future direction of the company


Given the importance of the questions you the candidate ask during the interview, we'd point you in the direction of our article: "Job Interview Questions - Preparation Is Key". This will give you greater confidence in being prepared for this aspect of the interview. For further examples of questions you may be asked, you may also want to read this article on the interview questions you simply have to ace.
 

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