10 Questions to Ask in Your Next Job Interview to Avoid (Another) Toxic Boss

If you’re reading this, chances are you’re finally getting out of an unhealthy work environment. Good for you! That said, you certainly don’t want to make the same mistake again and end up working under someone who’s just as bad (or worse) than your last manager.

How to Answer Interview Questions Like Donald Trump and Barack Obama

Four tips you can use to ace your next interview.

Here’s How to Address Your Immigration Status While Job Searching

No immigrant working in the U.S. can ignore the frenzied debates taking place in Washington, D.C., lately. If you're unsure how to address your immigration status in your job search, here are some tips for how to handle your application and interview.

Are You Making These Common Job Interview Mistakes?

Ace your next job interview, regardless of whether you're asking the questions or answering them.

5 Creative Interview Questions to Ask Job Applicants, Approved by Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Reid Hoffman

Tired of asking the same boring questions for every interview? These weird interview questions can help you learn who your applicants really are.

The 1 Question Burger King’s CEO Asks Job Candidates Is Much Harder Than You Would Think

It's all about having the right attitude.

Out of 100,000 Interviews, These 7 Candidate Questions Stood Out

My Johnson & Johnson hiring team interviews 100,000 people a year and these are the candidate questions that really made us pay attention.

Good to Know: Work-Life Balance “Tests” Are a Thing Now in Interviews

Hiring managers use job interview questions to learn what kind of employee you'll be, including your thoughts on work-life balance and working during off hours.

The 4 Types of Questions You Should Ask at the End of Every Interview

You know the interviewer is going to ask if you have any questions, but it can still be hard to come up with an answer. Try one of these eight options.

This Is Exactly What to Say to Show off Your Industry Knowledge in an Interview

Researching the company is a good first step, but to really shine at your job interview, you'll want to know (and share!) industry knowledge as well.