After working on your CV, cover letter, LinkedIn profile and sending out (dozens? hundreds?) of applications, you will finally get a call or email to set up a time for an interview.
Getting an interview is an achievement in itself. Only a tiny proportion of applicants are selected for the interview stage: this means you made a positive impression and you should be proud of yourself.
But don’t forget that preparation is the main ingredient to have a positive outcome.
First of all, let’s understand all the types of interview you may face. Here are the most common ones:
Each interview type has pros and cons (we will analyse it in the next article), different tricks and require specific preparation, but here is a basic list of things you should check prior to any type of interview:
Good hunting, and good luck!