Q: I did my best in the interview and I thought I had nailed it but I didn’t get the job. I even asked for feedback and they said I did extremely well. I don’t know what else to do.
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Q: I have worked for the same employer for the past three years, but was promoted from Circulation Specialist to Head of Circulation nine months ago.
Q: How early is too early to arrive for my interview and do I need to send a thank you letter afterwards?
Q: I just graduated and have begun the process of applying to Academic Librarian positions. I understand that I will be frequently asked to provide a statement of diversity.
Q: I am preparing for an interview and I read somewhere that I should ask questions and that if I don’t it shows that I am not interested in the job. What questions should I ask?
Q: I will be graduating soon and am updating my resume. I have worked at several places in the past, and was wondering are we supposed to list every place we’ve worked at in our resume? How far back do we go?
Q: I’m in my last semester at the iSchool. I am starting to apply for jobs and have been following your blog and listening to your recordings.
Q: How do I answer an interview question when I can’t think of an answer or I have never had the experience the interviewer is asking about?
A: You really have 3 options:
Use the job description as more than just a job posting; use it as your guide. Your guide to tailoring your resume, your cover letter, even the answers you will prepare for the interview.