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Competency Based Interview Questions

By now, you’re probably very familiar with the different types of interview questions that you might be asked. Our in-depth series has covered anecdotal interviews, open ended questions, and the most commonly asked interview questions. Let’s take a look at competency-based interview questions and how you can best prepare. Though the name might be unfamiliar, you’re well-versed in competency-based experiences.

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How to Answer Anecdotal Interview Questions

Anecdotal interview questions don’t need to be any more alarming than any other type of interview question. Like open ended questions which are often present in standard behavioral or situational interviews, anecdotal interview questions are purposeful. Hiring managers ask you to tell stories about previous experience to help determine how well you’ll be a fit for the job. When navigated

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Things to never say in an interview

Things to never say in an interview Interviews are already challenging enough without needing to add in the undue pressure of having to speak eloquently about your strengths. There’s so much preparation that goes into interviewing well, and for a transitioning service member, it might be even more challenging to learn the skills of speaking civilian. Because you know you’re

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How to Prep Well for a Behavioral Interview

How To Prep Well For A Behavioral Interview Like a situational interview that asks specific sets of questions to help a hiring manager determine if you’re a good fit for a role within a company, a behavioral interview is interviewing based on discovering how you’ll respond to specific employment-related situations. There are some distinct differences between a behavioral interview and

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Situational Interview Questions and Tips for Answering

Situational Interview Questions And Tips for Answering Like a behavioral interview, a situational interview is when you’re asked super specific questions about some event that might or might not happen on a job. Hiring managers like to ask these kinds of questions to evaluate how quickly you can assess a situation and provide a solution. Examples of these kinds of

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No second interview? What gives?

No second interview? What gives? Job searching is a challenge, especially when you’re reentering the civilian workforce after being out of it for some years. Across the board, one of the most annoying aspects of the interview process is not getting called back for a second interview. If you’re consistently getting stuck at the same step in the hiring process,

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