Guide to Successful Interviews
Some IT Contractors have a high rate of successful interviews whereas other IT Contractors have a lower rate of successful interviews. Part of that is down to ability but part of it is that the successful ones have done their preparations well.
Preparation for Successful Interviews
It’s crucial that you come to the interview prepared. Here are a few good tips.
Ten Preparations to make before attending an Interview
Interview Tips from an Experienced IT Recruiter – Preparation
At the Interview
Some IT contractors conduct themselves well at interviews and get offered lots of lucrative contracts. Other IT Contractors, meanwhile, conduct themselves badly and have to go to lots of interviews before they get a contract offer. So, here are a few tips which will make sure you are the former.
How to Conduct Yourself at an IT Interview
7 Excuses for why you haven‘t worked for a while
Firstly, prepare by looking at the likely questions at the interview that you are going to be asked. Here’s one amusing anecdote about an interview question.
The Job interview Killer Question – Only 1 in 200 answered it
Advice from an Interviewer
We give you some very good advice from experienced interviewers. One tells you the type of IT Contractor he wants and the type of IT Contractor he doesn’t want.
Winning IT Interview Techniques
The IT Contractors at Interview I want – by an Experienced IT Recruiter
The IT Contractors at interview I don’t Want by a Client
Successful Telephone Interviews
Some advice is the same as for ordinary interviews but some pertains just to telephone interviews. So, don’t let them catch out.
How to Prepare for a Telephone Interview
Here is a tale of he IT Contractor’s worst nightmare at an interview.
The IT Contractor‘s Biggest Nightmare
How to Fail Interviews
Here’s a tongue-in-cheek look at how you can so easily fail interviews.
Ten Excuses not to use for not working for a while
Dealing with Rejection
Failing Interviews, however, can be hard. However, if you deal with rejection in the right way than you can profit from it and have more successful interviews in the future.
Reasons you were rejected for the Contract you thought you had
I keep getting turned down for Interviews. Any Advice?