Job Interview Site Posts Online Video Interview Tips On YouTube

Job Interview Site Posts Online Video Interview Tips On YouTube

Going to a job interview can be nerve-wracking.  What will they ask?  How will I answer?  Do I have something in my teeth?  Job-Applications.com, a leading entry-level and first-time employment site, has published their entire online video library.  The videos consist of people who have been successful in landing jobs and they give away their secrets.  The site has select videos for certain kinds of businesses, but you can go straight to YouTube and their channel for playlists on fast food jobs, fashion retail, supermarkets, and department stores.

McDonald's, Wal-Mart, and the U.S. Navy Are Just A Few

Places like McDonald's and Wal-Mart employ a lot of people, but that doesn't mean you just get the job when you walk in.  Many of the videos on the site show you how to fill out the application, but you have interviews with people who work or have worked these types of jobs.  For instance, here's the skinny on Taco Bell:

Here's the site's U.S. Navy video, which has a lot more to the interview process than I thought:

These are good for those people looking for a job for the first time, like 16-year-olds looking for a summer job, or maybe someone who has fallen on hard times and might need to get a job just to stay afloat for awhile.  It might also have been forever since you've interviewed and you've forgotten some basics.

There are, of course, many job interview tip videos on YouTube, but these are specific to the kinds of jobs, and it's important to have a distinction.  And a lot of "tip" videos can get distracting with "actors" and cheesiness at times.  These are real people who have been there, and their information is valuable.  Give the Job Application YouTube site a look.

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