Interview Prep

Land the interview? Don’t go at it alone. Let us help you ace it!

Ever wonder why you can get the interview, but not the job? Qualifications will often land the interview, but executing a successful meeting requires more than just possessing the right skills for the job. Whether your interview skills are rusty, it’s not something you enjoy, or for reasons you’re unaware of your interviews are not landing you the job, we can help. The average length of an interview is ~40 minutes, but some studies have shown that recruiters and hiring managers make their decision within the first two minutes of the interview. What is said in the interview is part of the equation, but your presentation, body language, and other factors can often mean the difference between landing the job of your dreams and missing out. Getting the interview is difficult enough – let us help you nail it!

30-45 Minute Phone, Skype, or In-Person Interview Preparation - $119

Let us help you prepare for your interview. Our interview preparation includes a 30-45 minute phone, Skype, or in-person consultation with one of our interview experts. Have questions about how to prepare for the most common interview question, how to answer some of the most difficult interview questions, or even on what to wear? We can help! Click here to get started!

Stand Out in Your Next Interview by Being Fully Prepared

When it comes to job interviews, only the strongest survive - and either move onto the next round or get a call with an offer. So, what can you do to ensure you beat out the competition in your next interview? Prepare. Sounds simple, but too few candidates go into an...

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Benefits of Using an Interview Prep Service

Walking into an interview is a stressful experience for even the most skilled professional. But there is one step you can take to boost your confidence and your chance of getting the job. It’s through an interview prep service. With one, you can benefit in a variety...

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The Best Questions to Ask an Interviewer

When preparing for an interview, you’ve got to do more than know how to respond to tough interview questions. You also have to ask some of your own – so you can find out if the job, your potential boss, and the company are the right fit for you. Beyond that, hiring...

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Is it Possible to Over-prepare for a Job Interview?

Preparation is one of the basic tenets of searching for a job. If you show up underprepared, you’ll rarely leave a good impression. For that reason, we always recommend researching the company and job for which you’re interviewing. But can you over-prepare to the...

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3 Keys to Preparing for Any Interview

Getting your resume seen and receiving a call from a hiring manager is just the first part of the job search process. For many people it's the next step that brings the most anxiety – the interview.Because ResumeSpice was built by recruiters, we know what hiring...

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6 Tips for Your First Job Interview

We know going on an interview for a job you really want can be stressful, especially if you’re interviewing for your very first job. Because ResumeSpice’s interview preparation and career coaching services were built by recruiters, we also know the most important ways...

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How to Follow Up After an Interview

At ResumeSpice, we offer interview preparation along with resume and cover letter writing, career coaching, and LinkedIn help. One of our clients’ most common concerns, from entry-level to executive candidates, is how to best follow-up after an interview.There are a...

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