Improve your interview techniques!

80%* of our candidates landed their next job after their first interview!

Follow these easy steps to improve your interview techniques

In today's world where nothing stands still for long, why should your career? New Frontiers have prepared some top tips to improve your interview techniques!

Your answers to interview questions are the key to you securing your new job.

New Frontiers Top Tips

  • The most important part of preparation you would need to complete is researching the company. That way you'll be prepared both to answer interview questions and ask the interviewer questions.

  • Find out in advance exactly where the interview is, and how to get there. Double-check the address and directions.

  • You can never be 'too smart' for an interview. As a general rule, you should try to be 'conservative' in dress.

  • Listen carefully to the questions. Do not interrupt. If you haven't understood the question properly, ask the interviewer for further information to clarify.

  • Be positive. Do not run down past employers or people from work. Don't moan. Don't lie about anything. Stress your strengths and successes and don't dwell on any failures you may have had.

  • And last but not least, make sure you show off your winning smile! A good smile shows the employer you are warm, open and friendly.

Examples of Tough Interview Questions

It's not just the interview you have to be prepared for. We all have been struck with tough interview questions. Below is a list of some of these difficult questions, and ways to answer them confidently.

Why do you want to work here?

What is the most difficult situation you have faced?

Tell me about yourself

Where do you see yourself in five year's time?

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*Source; 2012 Recruitment Survey by New Frontiers Travel Recruitment