Job interview stress is the great equalizer. No matter who we are, or how high-level the position we’re applying for is, interview stress is something that plagues all job-seekers. Being prepared is key. These tips will help you to alleviate your concerns and worries.
A good problem you may run into during your job search will be that you might wind up needing to choose between two great job offers. When this happens you will find yourself still needing to make tough choices in order to decide which the best job is for you.
You were a little nervous, but you felt confident, intelligent and qualified; the interviewer seemed impressed with your resume and answers to her questions… and then the interview ended with, "We have several more candidates to interview, but we’ll be in touch."
According to performance experts, the average American will invest about 90,000 hours at work over the course of his or her career. However, a 2013 Gallup poll revealed that an astounding 70 percent of workers surveyed described themselves as “disengaged.”
For those unfulfilled and unhappy workers, there really is hope for finding that dream job. But the critical first step lies in identifying the pathway to professional fulfillment. Simply put, that means asking yourself (or others) the hard questions which lead to honest inner dialogue about your passion (or purpose), your talent and your inner drive. In light of this, following are five (5) important questions every person considering a career change should ask themselves.