More and more employers are searching for potential job candidates on social media. I have written hundreds of articles on interview questions and many ask behavioral or situational questions to find out what you are really like. From political interests, to who your friends are, social media is one more step an employer can take to find out everything and anything about you. Below are the top ten mistakes that you never want to make on your social networks. Continue reading
Behavioral Interview Questions are basically questions about how you handled difficult situations at work. These questions are designed to see how you reacted in the past, as your past performance is a strong indicator of how you will behave in the future. Be sure to prepare the following behavioral interview questions below and you will do great on your next interview Continue reading
The following list of interview questions applies to any interview regardless of what field you are working in. It is strongly recommended that you prepare for these questions.
Bill Gates co-founded Microsoft after dropping out of Harvard. In his youth, personal computers were coming of age. He was given a small window of opportunity to participate in bringing PCs to users homes by creating an operating system. Today Microsoft is one of the largest software producers in the world, employees thousands of people, and helps businesses on a daily basis. Bill Gates was able to capitalize on this window because, at the time, he was not married, did not have children, and entered the market at the right time.
Mark Zuckerberg also dropped out of Harvard to build Facebook. Zuckerberg was born in 1984 and was in his twenties when social media became popular. It was the perfect time to start Facebook, as there was limited competition in this field. Zuckerberg acted quickly on his window of opportunity, and today Facebook connects millions of people around the world and is a great tool for businesses to communicate with their customers.