It’s easy to think virtual interviews would be easier. You’re in your comfort zone, you’ve practiced in front of a mirror and done your homework including researching the company. Only to find you stuttering and sweating all through the interview. With more companies adopting virtual interviews in their recruitment process, it helps you get familiar […]
One of the easiest ways to wow at interviews is to demonstrate that you have researched the company. It shows you’re proactive, smart and have a keen interest in the company’s affairs. Researching a company also keeps you prepared for potential questions and scenarios during the interview. It’s one thing to know how important this
Technology has changed the way we do a lot of things. Years ago, your best shot at a virtual interview was a phone discussion, but now you can have real-time discussions over video as part of a recruitment process. Virtual interviews are more or less scheduled meetings between a recruiter and a candidate for a
There’s this naivete that comes with undergraduates. Some pick course of study because their friends picked it, parents suggested so or JAMB forced them there. After school and with decent grades (or not) they spend the following years looking for an office job. After spending 4-6 years in the university, a job must be gotten.
Jane moved abroad for her master’s degree programme five years ago. Since then she’s gone on to get a PhD and now teaches at an European university. She shares her experiences on LinkedIn about opportunities she has been a part of since moving abroad. In her posts, Jane often highlights how her outlook on life
I had this friend in school who had a knack for doing business. He knew how to sew clothes and made clothes for many students. For him, making money came relatively easy. He once had a contract to make printed T-shirts for some student bodies. Suffice to say, he made a nice traditional attire for