How to

What to Expect and How to Respond

  • Instead of just naming your weakness, share how you’re working to improve it
  • Think about what the interviewer wants to get out of the question
  • Answer “Tell me about yourself” with a past, present, and future structure

Interviews are something we all go through, for better or for worse. Whether you’re looking for your first job or your next gig as a seasoned professional, interview preparation is crucial.

According to Career Sidekick, the average online job posting receives around 250 applications, but only 2-3% of those applicants are called for an interview. If you are part of this small percentage, give yourself a pat on the back. You made it through the first barrier. Now it’s time to put your best foot forward for the interview.

Here’s your guide to answering tricky questions like a pro.

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Film director and content creator Erin McGoff says the key to answering any interview question is to think about what your interviewer is trying to get out of the answer.

With over two million followers waiting for her next video, McGoff began creating TikToks to set the stage for career advice, which she says is often elitist because people who need it most don’t have access to it .


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