At Jobsgopublic, we want to help candidates succeed in their job search.

Please take 5 minutes to complete this short survey about the interview process. We will then use the results to provide guidance and advice on how to succeed in them.

On completion of this survey, you will be entered into a prize draw to win a £50 Amazon voucher. To be entered into the competition please ensure that you provide your email address at the end of the survey. 

Your information will solely be used for the purpose of competition entry and will not be passed on to any Third Parties.

We appreciate your feedback!
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Gender


 
Age


 
What factor(s) makes you the most nervous when you have an interview?


 
Before the interview, how much time do you spend researching the company/employer?


 
Do you plan and time your route to the interview in advance?


 
Do you prepare questions to ask for the end of your interview?


 
Would you follow up with the interviewer after an interview?


 
Why would you not follow up?

 
Why would you follow up?

 
One thing interviewers often feedback is that bad body language has put them off a potential candidate.

 Are you confident in what qualifies as bad body language?


 
Have you ever had a telephone interview?


 
How confident do you feel about doing a telephone interview?


 
Have you ever had a group interview?


 
How confident are you about doing a group interview?


 
What is the one thing you feel would give an interviewer a bad impression of you?


 
What interview question do you most fear or dread the most?


 
What would put you off of an interviewer? Please state below.

 
What would leave you feeling most disheartened at the end of the interview?


 
Would this reason impact your interest in the job?


Thank you for your input. 

The winner of the draw will be announced soon and contacted via email. 

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