Do You Really Want the Job?
A good bit of job interview advice is to obtain good information about whether what you have to offer them, and what the employer is seeking, actually match.
In other words, does the position fundamentally involve using skills that you are good at and passionate about.
An important point to remember is that many employers don’t know how to conduct interviews in a way to match up their needs with your skills.
But the good news is that you can match your skills to their needs without them being overtly aware of it.
Of course, your circumstances might dictate that you need to get a job fast and take any position you can get your hands on.
That’s understandable if it’s a stopgap measure.
So long as you realize that if you are accepting a position which does not use your innate job skills [i.e. the skills that you are most motivated to use and are best at], then you are unlikely to gain genuine satisfaction and fulfillment from that position.
So although these type of job interview tips are applicable to every job seeker, they are more pertinent to those who are looking for a long-term, fulfilling position.