I am looking for a market research,telephone interviewer job that pays good and in the chicago area. My internet search isn't doing me any good. Does anyone have any suggestions or maybe somewhere they work?
I want to work as data collection interviewer in chennai .Which company is offering such a field interviewer job in chennai? I have searched the web sites fully. I did not get any thread.
So, I am currently 18 and I was recently fired for eating people's food in the break room, I know I was wrong and I will be sure to never to do that again. With that being said, my questions are:
Since it's my first job, would it be better to just leave it off my resume?
If an interviewer/job application asks, and I tell them, will it automatically rule me out, or make me less desirable?
If I apply for a "professional" job after I finish college, will it greatly affect my chances?
Do really poorly whenever I'm to sell myself. Meaning trying to sell myself to and interviewer for a job. I fear interviews and I do so badly on it, that I think it's the main reason why I am unable to be employed.
Asking questions towards the end of the interview is important so that the interviewer knows that you are interested in the job.
In some cases when the interviewer for a job does not ask us the question, "Do you have any questions?" after an interview. For example, instead of asking if we have any questions, they'd say that it's the end of the interview, thank you, and shows us to the door. Is there such thing in some interview cases? And if this is the situation, should the candidate take the initiative to ask questions anyway?
I have a job interview tomorrow for a funeral insurance company, and I can't think of any good questions to ask cause I know they like when you ask questions, it shows them you have a geuine interest in their company. What kind of questions should I ask? lol sorry, I'm so nervous!
Just anything to do with electrical engineering the most jobs will have 10 points jobs from an answer above will NOT be counted :)
ok i have a college interview wednesday and incase the interviewer asks... what job would u look for after the course is finished... i would need a answer and i want the most smarty sounding one :P
s*******u THE MAN... THAT KNOWS NOTHING!
I saw a job listing for an instructor at a technical college and replied the posting. Afterward, the job interviewer replied that there is a hold for that position. He requested for my resume and I send it via email. He replied and suggested to visit him this week for a tour and not an interview. Is this good news or bad news? Confused.
I have an interview tomorrow with a credit union. I know that a couple of years ago, this particular company laid off MANY of their employees. I'd like to know if it is appropriate to ask the interviewer if their credit union is in a position where the employees can feel secure with their employment. How would be the best way to ask?
For example, the job interviewer asks your experience on budgeting, but you have little or no experience with it. How do you answer the question?
I am in the process of looking for a new job. My current one is with a small business that is having Financial problems. There are only 4 of use the owner his VP (girlfriend) and another girl. We have been paid in cash the last 6 pays and we are getting all the phone calls for the bills.
How do I respond when a interviewer asks me why I want to leave my current job? I don't want to bash my company which doesn't look good to the interviewer. The job isn't all that great anyway.
I know that asking questions in a job interview shows initiative but what questions should I ask? It's an office job if that helps
This is a first interview. Not sure I want to be asking about pay
It's usually the concluding part of any job application interview where she/he would ask "do you have any more questions?" to show that you the applicant is genuinely interested in them.
I had an interview last Wednesday and it went well. He said he's let me know by mid next week. Today is one week after.
At the interview, he didn't bring up salary or benefits so I didn't want to because it gives them the wrong idea.
Do employers offer jobs before they tell you the salary and benefits? And if calls me tdaoy saying thye'd love for me to work there, how do I ask what the salary and benefits are?
I can't take a job without knowing that info?
I'm doing my HR assignment and I need some ideas for questions not to ask the interviewer and reasons for not asking those questions. Would really appreciate the help.
My career counselor told me that a recent job interviewer sent feedback stating my answers to his questions were "generalized and hypothetical." What went wrong and should I take his comments as a helpful way to improve OR was I simply not the one he wanted? I am tired ot the rejections--its messing with my self esteem. I'm too old for this.
I worked at a fast food place for a month during the summer in 08 (sophomore year of school). I quit.
I worked at a warehouse for 1 1/2 months, in 2012 it was a seasonal job but I quit early because of full time and full time school schedule weren't working together.
I worked at a third job for 1-2 months this year, and am moving in a week.
If you were an interviewer of my possible jobs in the future, would this job history turn you off?
Keep in mind, I'm 21 and am currently in school getting my liberal arts degree.
I have an interview on Wedsnday, and I already submitted my resume to them which includes a job that I was fired from. I can't pull it off my physical copy of my resume that I'm going to give to them, because that will seem suspicious. Basically, if asked, should I explain the situation, or fib a little bit and let them know that I quit, and if so, how should I explain it?
I'm curious if it's illegal to be asked your age by your interviewer in a job interview. Is this true? And is it a federal law. I'm from the U.S. FL
You were asked by an interviewer in your job interview for your job application as Accountant to the company. You were not been able to pass the CPA board examination but have more than two years of experience as an Accountant. How will you be able to ace the interview with your answer? What answer you can give to the interviewer in order for him to convince to hire you?