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    Interview Tips Resources & Articles

    Interviews can be tricky and they can be one of the most important aspects of a job search so it's important to get it right. Here we have compiled a list of useful websites, resources and articles to help you with your interview:

    35 Interview Questions and Answers from

    Here are 35 interview questions with some example answers for you. This is a great set of commonly asked questions that you should be prepared for at the most basic level when entering an interview scenario

    Interview Tips and Advice from

    Here are a few bits and pieces geared towards helping graduates going in for their first job interviews. This is good if you haven't been in the job market for a while and need a few tips in getting started.

    Job Interview Tips: Dress Like an Executive

    Here are some basic interview tips for executives. It's good to make sure you are dressed for the part when going for an interview

    How to Ace an Executive-level job interview

    This article from should help you to sail through your interview at the most senior of levels.

    Interview Advice from Executive futures

    Here is a good summary and overview of what to watch out for in an interview 

    This is a great website full of tips and advice for interviews. It's good to browse around for some ideas and to gain some confidence before that key interview comes your way

    We here at Position Ignition have created a few articles to help you with your interviews as well. These interview tips articles are listed below:

    Some more websites that are dedicated to providing interview tips are:

    We have also created some interview tips ebooks and eGuides that are designed to make sure that you ace that interview. They are called: "Getting Started With Interviews: Quick Guide" and "How to Ace the Interview".

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