In light of the upcoming WiHL Mock Interview Workshop (February 6th), I thought it would be helpful to write a piece about some of the most common job interview tips. In November 2014, Harvard Business Review asked two experts to weigh in on advice their readers and editors’ often receive for job interviews. Below is a summary of their responses and recommendations.
1. “Always wear a suit”
4. "When asked about your greatest weakness, give one that is really a strength”
5. "Don’t talk about money until you have an offer in hand”
6. "Don’t ever admit you’ve been fired”
Visit this link to read the Harvard Business Review article in full.
Post by Ava Phisuthikul, a second-year Master of Public Health student in the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education Department
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