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Our 5 most helpful job interview advice blogs

10th January 2018

In a recent survey we did we asked you what you needed help with. 25% of you stated interview tips. Over the years we’ve collected and given a lot of interview advice, from what you should do and wear to things you should avoid at all costs.

If you’re struggling to prepare for job interviews or not getting call backs, these 5 interview blogs should help you out.

1. The interview answer you didn’t know you’re messing up

How to answer the simple but crucial “Tell me about yourself” question in a job interview.

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2. Dos & Don’ts of dressing for a job interview

There is no one rule for what you should wear to an interview, but if you’re worrying these guidelines should ease your stress.

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3. How to leave a good impression at an interview

5 key things to be aware of to ensure you leave a good impression at a job interview.

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4. 5 Questions to ask at a job interview

At the end of most interviews you’ll be asked if you have any questions of your own. These are some useful examples of tried and tested questions that will impress an employer.

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5. What not to do at an interview

Now that you know what to wear and what to do, these are things you should always avoid.

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About the Author

Niamh Keenan

Content Marketing Executive

Group Marketing

I am a Communication Studies graduate with years of experience in client relations, digital content and print media. Although my experience is varied my goal is always the same. To provide information in an engaging and informative way – whether that be through blog posts, email campaigns to job seekers or social media posts

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