Denver, CO -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/17/2012 -- Job seekers everywhere worry about the questions they will be asked during an interview. Now an important new website reveals the top 100 interview questions that once mastered will make any job applicant an interview star.
The website is Killerinterviewsecrets.com and the owners of the site have a singular mission; to make sure every person who sits for an interview is prepared.
According to the Robert Lawrence, owner and webmaster of Killerinterviewsecrets.com, “the more an interviewee knows, the better prepared they are to address any question that might be asked during an interview and the better their chance of getting the job.”
Robert's Lawrence website offers many tips and free advice for those in the job market, but he felt that now was the time to add an important posting about the questions people can expect during an interview. After spending countless hours researching companies, sending resumes and networking, it is always unfortunate when applicants miss out of the job of their dreams because they were not prepared for the interview.
Killerinterviewsecrets.com reveals the top 200 questions applicants can expect while interviewing and the questions are organized according to category.
The website reveals that applicants can expect questions about their background and work history, about themselves and their strengths and weaknesses, about the individual job and the company they are interviewing with and about what they expect in the future.
When applicants are aware of these questions and when they prepare themselves to answer them effectively they can expect great results in the interview. At least that’s what Robert's Lawrence of Killerinterviewsecrets.com thinks.
Those who want to learn more about Kille rinterview secrets can visit the website and read about even more great tips to use during a job search.
Killerinterviewsecrets.com provides free advice and guidance for people wanting to change careers, looking for jobs, starting a new business or starting over.