No one likes to answer the cliched HR interview questions. Here's how finance professionals can turn these stupid questions around to their advantage.
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“Too far from the food court” and nine other awful excuses for job hopping in Singapore and Hong Kong
If you’ve changed roles a tad too often of late, avoid mentioning any of these reasons to justify your job hopping to recruiters.
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The point is to learn from informational interviews, gain the HR executive's respect and try to leverage that relationship at a later point in the process.
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It's helpful to understand the recruitment and interviewing processes at PwC to give yourself a leg up. Here’s how recruiters decide who makes the cut.