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Interviewing is quite possibly one of the most important aspects of your life; it will land you in the career of your dreams or no job at all. Unfortunately, no matter what stage of life you are in, you were probably never taught how to interview. While that is no fault of your own, you have the power to change that right now. The best way to prepare for an actual interview is through a mock interview. A good interview coach will help you learn what to expect in a real interview and how best to prepare for it. A great mock interview will take that a step further and guide you along with the hardest interview questions and instill confidence in you.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Few job-seekers are hired sight-unseen. The purpose of a job interview is for hiring decision-makers to meet you in person, see how you express yourself and present your qualifications, and determine how well you fit into the vacant job and the organization.

Typically, employers publicize vacancies, to which candidates apply with a resume or application and often a cover letter. Read more about resumes and cover letters. Because a large portion of vacancies are not publicized, employers find candidates to interview through employee referrals, Networking efforts by prospective workers, recruiters, and employer searches of social-media profiles, among other methods.

Sometimes job-seekers can secure interviews through cold-calling methods, contacting an employer to explore employment with the organization even when vacancies may not exist. An employer may interview such a candidate with an eye toward future openings, or may even create a position for the job-seeker.

To schedule a job interview after initial contact has been made with the organization, a job-seeker usually needs to persist and follow up rather than sitting back and waiting for the employer to respond.

Not necessarily. While landing an interview certainly moves you a step closer to getting a job offer, other candidates have likely also been invited to interview, and the one who proves — in the interview — to be the best fit for the organization and the job will likely get the offer.

It’s best to address the concern behind the question rather than the question itself by saying something like: “There is nothing about my personal status that would get in the way of my doing a great job for your company.” While it may also be tempting to point out the illegality of the question, doing so likely won’t endear you to the interviewer.

First, repeat the question back to the interviewer (or ask him or her to repeat it) to buy yourself a little time. If you’re still not ready, it’s perfectly OK to take a moment to think about your response; in fact, it’s best to pause before every response to ensure you’re not blurting out ill-composed answers. If you are truly stumped, ask if you can come back to that question later. You may lose some points, and the interviewer might not return to that question, but asking to come back to it is better than babbling or remaining silent.