Definitely worth going again.
So for those who may have been following me on Facebook, may know that I have finally got myself a job…. and in order to say goodbye to my endless freedom, I decided to go for a short trip to…. Japan!
Back in April, I thought I will be starting a new job with a company that I like. However, I was unsuccessful… Which made me decided to think about moving back to Hong Kong.
Now if I’m honest, back in December when I was applying for various graduate programmes, I kind of already wanted to try going back to HK. But due to various reasons, I thought I might as well have a try looking for a job in UK first, after all living and working in HK can be very stressful.
For those who may have been following my posts, you may remember that in the last few months, I have went through several stages of interview with different companies. And I thought I might as well use this chance to share some of my ‘interviewing experiences’ with those who may be also going through this stage, or are about to go through this long process.
I currently have to prepare myself for another interview (or assessment centre), and we were asked to prepare for a presentation task. We were given 4 questions to choose from and one of them was “What is your greatest achievement to date?”
For those who may have read my previous posts, you will remember me mentioning that I will be going to Hull for an interview. I obviously used this great opportunity to look around Hull city, as it is my first time coming to Hull.
I decided to write this post after I have received an invitation for a selection event for one of my job applications. Click here for a recap
So you may remember I totally wasn’t expecting to get so far with this job interview. And to my utter surprise (and horror) apart from the selection event, there is also a dinner in the evening with one of the directors?!
It took me some time to think of the best title for this post. I couldn’t really think of a good title for today’s post apart from ‘Job Interviews’.
I thought January was going to be a peaceful month, where I will be posting in my blog as usual and waiting for news from the jobs that I have applied… To me, this is peaceful month.
If you are also planning to go to Iceland, especially during the winter then you might also want to read this…