How to get prepared for second round interview30 Jun, 20233 min
Today’s job market is competitive place, due to a flood of Collage degrees and the rise of ...
Today’s job market is
competitive place, due to a flood of Collage degrees and the rise of digital
applications it is that much harder to get the job you want.
We all know that the first
step to landing your dream job is to nail the interview process. If you are not
well prepared, this can be the most stressful part of the process. Following
this easy steps, your guaranteed to have an edge on the competition and land
the job if you make it to round two!
Learn from the first interview
Make sure you pay
attention on your first round interview, as soon as interview finishes write
down notes you thing may be important. Try to note the key aspects of the job,
who you met with or if they provided any other important information.
You will need to
understand what your daily responsibilities are going to be. Taking nots can
prepare you for what questions you would like to ask in follow up interview.
Know the agenda
Why are you coming in
for a second interview? The answer to this question will be your guide. When it
comes to scheduling your second interview, be sure to ask with whom you will be
meeting. It is also a good idea to ask is there anything you need to bring. By
asking these questions you will be more prepared and more likelier to land the
Remember that is fine
to write down your questions, this will show interviewer your organisation
skill and attention to detail. Here are some specific questions you can ask:
1.What is the most
challenging part of the job?
2.How do you think an
employee can make a positive impact on the company?
3.In the future, will
there be any room for promotion within the company?
4.When can I expect to
hear about your hiring decision?
After the interview,
you can finally relax. The hard part is over. But, that doesn't mean that
you're done quite yet. Remember that your job is to make an outstanding
impression. And, always, you must present yourself in a calm and professional manner.