"If you're a great fit, it will be apparent," Yoder said. "If you're not, it will also be apparent.The most important thing to remember when walking into an interview is that it is completely two-sided — you're interviewing us as much as we are interviewing you."
It's not too far-fetched to say that expatriate children might be our future leaders: politicians and persons in power who will improve society. So, whether an expat parent or not, do what you can to help out an expatriate child in your own community who might be struggling. By doing so you can improve the chances that this future leader is well adjusted and making positive contributions to society that, in the end, will benefit us all.
You’ve just landed a job interview for a position you really want. Congratulations. Now, you know you only get one chance to impress, but how exactly do you do that? Given all of the conflicting advice out there and the changing rules of getting a job, it’s no wonder that job seekers are confused about how to best prepare for and perform in an interview.