How to Write an Interview Thank-You Note: An Email Template You just walked out of an interview—nailed it! But the interview actually isn’t done yet. In fact, most hiring managers pay very close attention to how well (and how rapidly) you write a thank-you note. So, our advice? Subject Thank You Body Hi [interviewer name], Thank you so much for meeting with me today. I look forward to hearing from you about the next steps in the hiring process, and please do not hesitate to contact me if I can provide additional information. Best regards, [Your name] Pro Tips If you really want to blow a hiring manager out of the water, add in another few lines before “I look forward to...” with some ideas you have on how you could add value. Want Even More Email Templates? Photo of laptop courtesy of Shutterstock.
Pastalaya Happy Mardi Gras!! It was an icy cold and grey morning here in New Orleans, so instead of going out and enjoying the parades, I decided to take it easy, stay warm, and cook up a big pot of Pastalaya. What is pastalaya? It’s like jambalaya, but made with pasta instead of rice! You’ll find this easy and filling dish at large gatherings, celebrations, and even along the parade route during Mardi Gras. Just as with jambalaya, every chef has their own version of pastalaya. Trinity (onion, bell pepper, and celery) is the base for most Cajun and Creole dishes, but my grocery store was out of green peppers today (I guess everyone was cooking jambalaya!) You ready to get this Mardi Gras party started? Pastalaya Total Cost: $9.10 Cost Per Serving: $1.14 (1.25 cups each) Serves: 8 (1.25 cups each) Ingredients Instructions Slice the smoked sausage into thin rounds, then cut any larger pieces in half. Notes Start with 1/2 lb. of smoked sausage, Andouille if you can get it. Happy Mardi Gras!
Interview Questions and Answers By Alison Doyle The best way to get ready for a job interview is to take the time to review the most common interview questions you will most likely be asked. Knowing what you're going to say can eliminate a lot of interview stress. You don't need to memorize an answer, but do take the time to consider how you'll respond. Job Interview Questions and Best Answers Review examples of the best answers for the most frequently asked interview questions in several different categories, and advice on how to answer. Most Frequently Asked Top 10 Interview Questions and Answers Interview Questions About YouInterviewers will ask questions about you to gain insight into your personality, and to determine whether you're a fit for both the job and the company. continue reading below our video Loaded: 0% Progress: 0% Questions About Leaving Your JobEmployers almost always ask about why you left, or are leaving, your job. Questions About Why You Should Be HiredWhy should you be hired over the other candidates?
Interview Questions: 100 Potential Interview Questions Interview questions can run the gamut. It's unlikely you'll face all 100 of these, but you should still be prepared to answer at least some of them. While there are as many different possible interview questions as there are interviewers, it always helps to be ready for anything. Which is why we've taken the time to prepare this list of 100 potential interview questions. Will you face them all? We pray no interviewer would be that cruel. Will you face a few? Will you be well-served by being ready even if you're not asked these exact questions? Basic interview questions: Behavioral interview questions: What was the last project you led, and what was its outcome? Salary questions: What salary are you seeking? Career development questions: What are you looking for in terms of career development? Getting started questions: How would you go about establishing your credibility quickly with the team? More questions about you: How would you describe your work style? Brainteasers:
Emails That Land Jobs: The Best Way to Shine in a Follow-Up Note That’s how many emails most “working professionals” send and receive every day . The bad news? That’s a whole lot of noise—and it can feel difficult to pop out from the pile, especially when you’re trying to lock down a new job opportunity. The good news? Most emails are poorly written, awkward, vague, or just plain boring. And when 99% of the incoming stream is blah-blah-beige, it doesn’t take too much effort to shine brighter than a disco ball. So, what’s the best way to shine? Simple: Be unexpectedly generous . A quick story : A few years ago, I was courting a local marketing agency for a freelance copywriting position . After my informal interview, the director of the marketing agency told me: “We like your spirit, but we just can’t hire you without seeing a few more writing samples.” We shook hands and parted ways. But then, I had a life-changing light bulb moment. I wrote a quick email to the very, very busy agency director, thanking her for taking the time to meet with me.
Native American Zodiac And Its True Meaning About Your Personality I knew about the Native American Zodiac, but I never paid attention to it. That’s not my style and I don’t want those things that “predict” my future. We are the ones that make our future reality. Anyway, I find these zodiacs that talk about personality really interesting. They are fun to read and share. From what I can see we share the same opinion about them. Few days ago I shared this post with you. I can say this Native American Zodiac is something similar to this. Mine was partly true. Yes, I’m salmon. themindunleashed.org You can even play a game with it. Ask them about their date of birth and make them write down their personality. It will be fun. Check out the signs and their true meaning below. Otter (January 20th – February 19th) The otter is unusual and quirky. Everything they do is in the sign of uniqueness. The otter is sympathetic, honest, and extremely courageous Wolf (February 20th – March 19th) The wolf is highly mysterious, emotional, and passionate. Beaver (April 20th – May 20th)
Non Technical Java Interview Questions | Java Hungry This article explains about the most frequently asked behavioral interview questions and answers that would help in cracking the interview process for both the experienced as well as the fresh graduate mass. Non technical Interview Questions round that is HR round , also need some attention . I saw many people who are very good at technical skills ,but fails to clear the last hurdle (that is HR round )of their dream job.It is better to have a blue print of the answers for such type of commonly asked questions.Keep in mind that these questions are answered according to the Java developer Interview job post. Q1 Tell me about yourself? One of the most frequent behavioral questions to start up with the interview process in most of the giant MNC’s. Q2 What do you want to do? Another teaser that can be considered as one of the crucial behavioral interview questions.Respond like this : I want to earn a niche for myself. Q3 What is your favourite programming language? Q4 What is your work style?
The most ridiculous job interview questions As if job interviews weren't stressful enough, hiring managers at some of the largest companies have taken to throwing real curve balls. Here's a sampling of the wackiest questions. By Anne Fisher, contributor FORTUNE -- With about five candidates for every job opening these days, some responsible for hiring decisions have resorted to desperate measures in their efforts to narrow the field. Glassdoor.com culled through tens of thousands of queries reported by job seekers who had done their best to come up with answers on the spot, and selected the oddest interview questions of the past 15 months. Luckily for beleaguered candidates, the interviewers seemed in most cases to be more interested in how people responded -- that is, in hearing their thought process, and seeing how well they kept their cool -- than in receiving a "correct" response. "Using a scale of 1 to 10, rate yourself on how weird you are." -- Capital One (COF) "How many balloons would fit in this room?" Also on Fortune.com:
What to Say in an Interview - Interviewing Tips We can all agree that interviewing is a pretty imperfect way to evaluate a job candidate. For the interviewee, so much of the experience can feel like a game of guess-the-answer-in-the-interviewer’s-head. It’s hard to know if what you’re sharing is even remotely close to what the hiring manager is seeking. Luckily, there are a few phrases that are almost always on the mark. Given the opportunity, it’s a good idea to try and squeeze these three phrases somewhere into your interview. 1. This is one phrase that’s sure to put a smile on your interviewer’s face. Of course, this single statement will only get you so far. 2. If you were interviewing two candidates who were pretty much identical in terms of the skills and relevant experiences they bring to the table, what would be the deciding factor? While it definitely makes sense to state upfront that you’re excited, you’ll also need to back up that claim by doing some company research. 3. Photo of speech bubbles courtesy of Shutterstock.