Responding to the interview question: “What do you look for in a job?” By Matthew Coppola


What do you look for in a job? Asking this question provides the interviewer with insight and understanding of what it is that you are after in a job and what is going to motivate you to stay and put forth your best effort. By finding out what you look for in a job, theContinue reading “Responding to the interview question: “What do you look for in a job?” By Matthew Coppola”

Responding to the interview question: “What is your best accomplishment to date?” By Matthew Coppola


What is your best accomplishment to date? This is a question asked by an interviewer to find out something in your career thus far that you are most proud of and an achievement that can show the kind of person you are in the workplace. Indeed, an individual’s achievements say much about who they are.Continue reading “Responding to the interview question: “What is your best accomplishment to date?” By Matthew Coppola”

What if I don’t have any questions to ask at the end of an interview? By Matthew Coppola


You may not have any questions to ask in an interview. You might be genuinely happy with everything that you have heard during the meeting and felt that there is nothing you want to ask. But is this always the best approach to take? Think about it from the standpoint of the employer/recruiter. Do theyContinue reading “What if I don’t have any questions to ask at the end of an interview? By Matthew Coppola”

Interview question: Why haven’t you gone further in your profession? By Matthew Coppola


The employer may be curious as to what your career goals are. Are you career driven? Or are you contempt with your current role? Or is there something holding you back from moving further in your profession. Avoid taking it personal. At the end of the day, you don’t really need to justify as toContinue reading “Interview question: Why haven’t you gone further in your profession? By Matthew Coppola”