I’ve interviewed thousands of candidates – I can tell in two minutes if you’re right for the job

  • TikToker says she can tell in just two minutes if a person is a good fit for a job
  • TikTok user @recruiterclio revealed her secrets to a successful job interview

A TikToker who claims to have interviewed thousands of candidates says she can tell in just two minutes if a person is a good fit for a job. 

TikTok user @recruiterclio, who has over 79,000 followers on the social media platform, says she can tell almost instantly if an individual the person for a job. 

While many people struggle with job interviews due to increased feelings of pressure, the job coach has posted a video that could serve as useful advice. 

Revealing which candidates are most likely to be offered a job following an interview, she said: ‘The ones who get the job are the ones that know how to sell themselves’. 

She added that people who are most likely to be offered a job after interviewing are ‘really confident about themselves, bring a positive attitude and are excited to be there’.

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TikTok user @recruiterclio, who has over 79,000 followers on the social media platform, says she can tell almost instantly if an individual the person for a job

Revealing which candidates are most likely to be offered a job following an interview, she said: ‘The ones who get the job are the ones that know how to sell themselves’

READ MORE: How you should really answer the most common job interview question: ‘Tell me about yourself’

The job guru’s golden piece of advice for anyone looking to secure a new role is to ensure ‘they align themselves to the company and the job’.

Offering tips on how to tackle ‘scenario-based questions’, the content creator said that employers ‘want you to be specific with your examples’. 

Illustrating what that may look like, she said interviewees should prepare to answer questions that use the ‘STAR method’, an acronym that stands for ‘situation, task, action, result’. 

This is a technique used by recruiters to gather all the relevant information about a specific capability that a certain job requires. 

Users were quick to comment on their approaches when it came to the pressure of an interview with one stating: I normally just try to match the interviewers energy’. 

Another shared: ‘I literally blank out no matter what and it’s hard to sell myself when I’m so nervous and shakey’. 

In reply, @recruiterclio said: ‘I used to be that way. What worked for me was taking a deep breath or pausing before answering a question, or just having a script!’ 

Sharing what they look for in candidates, a user under the handle of @vanesa said: ‘As a manager, when I do interviews, I start by having a normal conversation and get to know them first before I get into anything about the job because people are not themselves when it comes to interviews. And by doing that i get to see who they actually are as a person’.

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