Although every job interview is different, there are some common elements that appear in most and some things you can do to prepare yourself for much of what your prospective employers might ask. The links below will get you started thinking about what you should know—and what you should ask. If you have additional questions, give us a call.

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Types of Interviews

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Preparing for an Interview

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Interview Questions

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Behavioral questions (looking at a past behavior to predict future behavior) is probably the most commonly asked type of question.

Following up after an interview

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A thank-you message via email may have a couple of important advantages over the paper-and-ink variety of a thank-you letter. Whichever you choose, it is essential to follow up after an interview!

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In addition to the thank you note (see above), three other things to do after interviews.

Interview Attire

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Dress codes for every type of job interview--casual or formal.