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The Interview

Just the word can put you in a cold sweat. We all know how hard interviewing is because not one of us has been handed a great, satisfying job on a silver platter. If you have – let us know, we want to know what it feels like!  That’s why Experience™ has put together what we consider to be the best tips for interviewing, especially if you are a college student or recent grad: what to do, what not to do, questions to look out for, preparation, success stories and more.

Here’s some of our favorite interview advice…

4 Ways To Prepare For An Interview

All interviews are not the same. Really. The only common denominator in all job interviews is that they are stressful and unpredictable. Experience partner blogger Jennifer gives 4 preparation tips based on some very real experiences. Read more…

Conquering The Dreaded Interview Question: Tell Me About Yourself

Don’t panic – there are ways to prepare. Take open-ended questions like “Tell Me About Yourself” and turn them into opportunities. Again, it’s all about the preparation. With some forethought, you can turn an intimidating question into a means of communicating your strengths, connecting with the interviewer, and best of all, getting across your personality. Read more…

5 Interview Basics

Types of interviews can run the gamut from a friendly conversation to a fiendish interrogation – you’re going to find yourselves in a lot of different situations, so it’s important to have some essentials that you carry with you from interview to interview. Get the basics...

Top 10 Interview Tips From An Etiquette Professional

Interview–one of the most dreaded words in the English language for job seekers young and old. Do your hands begin to tremble or do you break out in a cold sweat when you hear the word? You’re not alone. Read more...