You’ve picked out the outfit, perfected the firm handshake and practiced your best smile.
Your resume is full of part-time jobs, volunteer activities, internships and clubs. Your skills are highlighted and your experiences described in detail. You’ve landed your first interview. You are well on your way to the “rest of your life.”
The interview date is approaching and you truly have only one chance to make a first impression.
Use our unique, interactive tool to help you develop and rehearse your responses so you’re at your best during the interview. The one-on-one interaction will guide you through the interview process and assist you in improving your answers for one of the most important steps on your career path.
Your answers should be specific. Give specific examples of your work and experiences; provide details.
Your answers should exude confidence. You are an expert on YOU! Be proud of your accomplishments.
Your answers should reflect your positive attitude. Give examples of when you turned a challenging situation into a positive experience.
Your answers should be real and sincere. Remember, you want them to know the real you because you are awesome!
One in four young Americans move back in with their parents AFTER living of their own
The average worker currently holds ten different jobs before age forty, and this number is projected to grow. - That's a lot of interviews
Currently 56% of American teenagers believe they'll be as well off as their parents financially - a 37% drop since 2011
83% of graduating seniors said they didn't have a job lined up as of April 2014 despite 72.7 reporting that they were actively looking for one
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