interviews

Killer Interview Question: What Has The Most Satisfying Moment In Your Life Been?

A broad but challenging addition to our killer interview questions collection: What has the most satisfying moment in your life been?.


The Best Place To Sit For Every Kind Of Business Meeting [Infographic]

The business world can often feel like a game of musical chairs — sometimes literally. This infographic from furniture website SeatsandStools explains the optimum seating position for a range of business situations: from job interviews to formal lunches. Follow these tips to avoid sitting in it! Sorry.


Learn The Secrets Of Pronoun Usage To Avoid A Bad Boss

The next time your potential supervisor interviews you, listen to the pronouns they use to decode their management style — and avoid a potentially bad boss.


Ask A Question After Connecting With Someone For Better Networking

When you connect with someone at a networking event or online, it’s not always clear what to do next. Ask a question to keep the conversation going.


The Kogan Principle: Pick Job Candidates Based On Their Email Domain

Trying to sort through a long list of job candidates? Entrepreneur Ruslan Kogan suggests using the email domain applicants use to help narrow down the field.


Killer Interview Question: How Would You Design A Phone For Deaf People?

Another addition to Lifehacker’s ever-growing killer interview questions collection: How would you design a phone for deaf people?.


Focus On Your Interviewer's Opinion To Avoid Dumb Questions

At the end of a job interview, most potential employers ask if you have any questions. If this makes you nervous, ask the interviewer their opinion, rather then asking a direct question.


Answer The 'What Is Your Salary?' Question With The Amount You Want

At some point before or during your job interview, you’ll probably be asked how much you’re currently making. The Personal Branding Blog offers some suggestions for deflecting this unnecessary question.


Killer Interview Question: Can You Code With One Hand And Draw With The Other?

Another addition to the killer interview questions collection: Can you code with one hand and draw with the other?


Improve Hiring With A 'No Jerks' Policy

Horrific colleagues can make even the most appealing sounding job a daily nightmare. Avoid that hassle by implementing a “no jerks” policy when hiring new staff.