Job Interviewing 101 [infographic]

March 17, 2013 |  by  |  Business

I’m a fairly recent grad, and as disheartening as this may be, it was nowhere near easy to land a job–or even an interview–after graduation. I blanketed resumes, stalked people on LinkedIn, and scoured through company’s websites, only to receive no call back. I felt compelled on a daily basis, to march straight into the office of every organization’s CEO and riddle him or her in a distressed, but respectful tone, “Tell me how on earth am I supposed to gain the required experience to work in an organization such as your own if no one will let me gain it. Please, I am dying to know!” Then, after living out that fantasy in my head, I would continue submitting resumes online. It’s really the only thing to do, keep trying, and when you finally get an interview, kill it.

The organization I am currently working for threw every type of interview and interviewer my way, and had I not been ready for the worst, I wouldn’t have gotten the job. This infographic outlines the different types of interviews and the various versions of interviewers that come a long with them. Be prepared, don’t let “The Nice Guy” throw any curve balls. They are more times than not, the trickiest!

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  • baddabim

    Lindsey, I appreciate your spirited and conversational style. Your writing is promising, but virtually every post includes at least one or two grammatical blunders. It’s easy to forgive; you make no pretense of gray hair. On the other hand, errors stand out, and your credibility reflects on the content you are featuring. I suggest that you ask an experienced copy editor, or perhaps a friendly English teacher, to help you proofread your next ten posts, or at least your last ten. English teachers rarely begrudge a request like this, especially for a young writer. There’s no downside, right? Please don’t lose your style in the process.

    If your blog software allows you to delete a message without posting it, feel free to delete this one. It’s unsolicited advice.

    • Lindsey Lawrence

      baddabim, I truly appreciate your feedback, and as much as I would love to get my posts proofread, time just doesn’t permit it! I am going to continue doing my absolute best to avoid grammatical errors, but if you happen to stumble upon any, please point them out.

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    baddabim, you’re right, but I don’t think it is necessary.

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