Want to learn how to make effective career decisions?
When searching for Jobs back home, you need to know as much as if you'd never left. Employers won't give you special treatment just because you've been out of the country for 3 years. So this is my quick guide of areas to look at if you want to impress an employer with your knowledge
Please note this course is now over.
After a gruelling interview, they've given the job to someone else. Great. But at least you'll get some detailed and constructive feedback that you can use to make sure you ace the next one. What's that you say? No feedback? Or, possibly even worse than nothing, that generic "you were a good candidate but competition was so tough, we chose someone else"?
In a recent workshop with international students I got asked a number of questions around expected behaviour in certain parts of the interview. So I thought that I would share the questions and answers with you.
Ok, imagine this: there's a door ahead of you. What happens behind that door can be a life changing experience, and you will remember your first. You will be expected to perform and be compared to others. When you leave you may feel shattered, elated or confused. Can you live up to expectation?