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Where do you see yourself in 5 years timeOne of the most commonly asked questions at a job interview is “Where do you see yourself in 5 years’ time?” or “Where do you want to be in 5 years’ time?

If you don’t have all your life mapped out, the question can cause confusion and moreover, seem annoying. Do you really know what you will be doing or do you really know what you would want to be doing in five years? (more…)

graduates interview skillsHave you just graduated? Facing the World of work for the first time and want some top job interview tips?

Welcome you to these exclusive job interview tips for new graduates provided by the team of coaches here at InterviewGold. (more…)

Andrew Reed | Job Search

Employability Skills and Why You Need ThemIt’s not easy trying to match a person to a job role.

Trust us – HR professionals work hard to make sure that the employer and the employee are well-matched and happy together. Everybody knows that there’s more to an application process than formal box-ticking. But once you get past the ‘Essential Qualifications’ stage, what is it that the hiring manager is looking for? Your chances of success are ultimately determined by your employability.
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Andrew Reed | Interview Advice

What To Do During A Telephone InterviewHaving a job interview via the phone can be somewhat nerve wracking if you have never done it before.

For those who pride themselves on their physical presence in a room, it can seem a little daunting, as they only have their voice to rely on. For others, the thought of not having to worry about how you look or what to wear is a definite perk. Either way, an interview is still an interview and you should be on top form even if you don’t have to go into your prospective employer’s offices. (more…)

Andrew Reed | Graduates, Job Search

Job Interview Tips for the SummerSummer is well and truly upon us and the sun has finally got his hat on. This sort of weather can often be one of the only things that makes being unemployed seem more fun than being at work, but don’t let that affect your dedication and your interview preparation. It’s true that most of us would rather be down the beach on days like this but it’s a cold, hard fact of life that we just wouldn’t all fit. Most people have to work! (more…)

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