ReactJS Interview Questions You Should Know March 15, 2019

ReactJS Interview Questions You Should Know

Are you expecting an interview soon?

If you’re a React.js developer, you’ll want to review the following questions you might be asked.

React.js is an open source javascript UI (User Interface) library that is essentially a community of developers. Maintained by Facebook and Instagram, it’s designed to evaluate your application state and allow you to write code for status input and return virtual DOM.

Since interactive UI is a necessity for most brands, standing out among the developer community to be hired can translate to significant benefits. The following React.js interview questions will ensure you’re thoroughly prepared for even the most complex questions. Continue reading “ReactJS Interview Questions You Should Know”


52 of The Best Interview Questions You Should be Asking March 12, 2019

52 of The Best Interview Questions You Should be Asking

Interviews are an excellent opportunity to figure out whether a job is a right fit for you and your career goals.

This means that it’s crucial for you to go into it with questions of your own. What information do you need to know about the position? The company? The team?

To help you get started, we’ve compiled a list of key questions to ask your interviewer. While it’s best not to ask them one right after the other, incorporating these questions throughout the interview will ensure that you’ve covered all your bases.

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Answers to the 10 Most Common Interview Questions March 8, 2019

Answers to the 10 Most Common Interview Questions

Answers to the 10 Most Common Interview Questions

Are you prepared for your upcoming interview? Knowing what questions the interviewer will ask you will help you to answer them confidently and successfully.

Although it’s not necessary to recite your responses from memory, preparing in advance will allow you to get a sense of what to focus on to appear as put-together and competent as possible. Make sure to review these top ten questions so you’re ready for anything the interviewer throws your way. Continue reading “Answers to the 10 Most Common Interview Questions”


How to Decline a Job Offer March 7, 2019

How to Decline a Job Offer

How to Decline a Job Offer

The process of finding a job can be strenuous, with the seemingly never-ending applications and interviews. And while receiving job offers is something to be celebrated, figuring out how to choose between them, and more specifically, reject a select few, can be challenging to navigate.

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29 Most Common Interview Questions

29 Most Common Interview Questions

29 Most Common Interview Questions

In a perfect world, you could walk into an interview knowing what questions you’d be asked, eliminating any of the potential stress of being caught off guard. While this isn’t technically possible, we have the next-best solution: a list of the 29 most commonly asked interview questions and answers, gathered from our very own employers.

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How to Use the STAR Method on Your Next Interview March 6, 2019

How to Use the STAR Method on Your Next Interview

How to Use the Star Method on Your Next Interview

You found the job of your dreams! But need to find a way to make it yours. You landed the interview, and that is all that stands between you and the career of your dreams. You get to the interview, and you are knocking it out of the park.

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How To Answer “What Are Your Strengths?” November 30, 2018

How To Answer “What Are Your Strengths?”

“Skill and confidence are an unconquered army.” – George Herbert

In just about every interview you have, past or future, there are certain topics you can just expect to come up in conversation. “What are some of your strengths?” is no exception. We’ve covered how to prepare your elevator pitch and how to answer it’s counterpart (What is your greatest weakness?), now we’re continuing this theme to prepare you for your next possible interview question.

Just off the top of your head, what are your professional strengths? How would you answer this question if an interviewer asked you this? Why does it feel awkward talking about your strengths?

The natural hesitation you feel probably comes with this internal thought: How do I answer this without coming off too braggy? The key is preparation and delivery

So how exactly does this play out? We have a simple 2-step process to tackling this tricky question.

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Top 13 New Recruitment Trends of 2019 [Infographic] November 21, 2018

Top 13 New Recruitment Trends of 2019 [Infographic]

As the next year approaches and 2018 comes to an end, new recruiting trends and best practices are a must for 2019.

We are seeing 13 recruiting trends that employers are implementing in the fight for top talent.

The way that companies recruit has shifted 365 degrees. Candidates have more leverage than ever before, causing a disruption in the HR recruiting industry. The market is 90% candidate driven, so the time is now to rethink your recruitment strategy for 2019.

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How To Answer “Tell Me About Yourself” November 1, 2018

How To Answer “Tell Me About Yourself”

“Tell us about yourself.”

“Tell me something about yourself.”

“Let’s start by hearing a little more about you.”

There’s one basic interview question that employers will always love starting out with – “Tell me about yourself.” 

Do you have an answer for it? If it includes anything about your personal life, it’s time to rethink your interviewing strategy.

As one of the most popular interview questions in the history of meeting people, it’s no surprise that this simple conversation starter sets up a very quick screening process for the interviewer. For some reason, as a species, we tend to avoid conversations that involve us talking, or even bragging, about ourselves. Why is that? This instinctual response leads us into a frenzy when the question is asked, leaving us completely blank – or worse – talking about irrelevant information. Hiring managers can quickly sort out serious candidates just based on how you respond to the very first question! Don’t worry – your favorite career sidekick, Skillgigs, has a simple one-two-three formula for answering this dreaded question like a pro. Keep reading for how to answer “tell me about yourself.”

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How To Write A Cover Letter (Yes You Need One) October 26, 2018

How To Write A Cover Letter (Yes You Need One)

“Do I really need a cover letter?”

“All of my experience is listed in my resume.

“As long as they check out my application, there’s no way they would pass up on someone with my experience.” 

Sound familiar? If it sounds like a conversation you’ve had with yourself, keep reading for how this train of thought is derailing your career.  Continue reading “How To Write A Cover Letter (Yes You Need One)”