Interview Questions

Recently, I’ve found myself on the other side of the interview table as my agency is currently looking for new interns and I’m no longer one. Whoop whoop to that πŸ™ŒπŸΌ. So, since I’m getting a new perspective on interviews, I thought I’d share some ideas for questions the interviewee can ask the interviewer to…

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Some Interview AdviceΒ 

Interviews are a relatively large part of life and of course job hunting. I have been through my fair share of interviews (at least for my age). I’ve had some amazing ones that I knew would work out, and some (specifically one terrifying one) that demolished my interview-confidence. So here are a few tips that…