3 Tips for Interviewing Teenagers

Order this Short Blog Post for $49.50:

Use these tips to get the best performance from teenage candidates during interviews: avoid complex industry jargon, alter your questions to ask about education/extra-curricular activities as well as work experience, and ask about their ambitions.


Eloise B.

I'm a full-time freelance writer with over 5 years’ experience providing blogs and businesses with clear, concise, and informative content. I'll take the time to fully understand your brand and create content that customers will be keen to read, share, and engage with.

Jobs Completed 107 Customer Ratings 76 Job Success 102/107 (95%)

Similar Blog Ideas from Other Writers

The Top 3 Challenges for Job Recruiters in 2017

A strengthening economy has created new challenges for job recruiters, who must contend with (1) ...

david c. david c.

A Review of Job Application Dos and Don'ts

Several states now "ban the box" querying criminal history in applications. Some forbid salary hi...

Emmay J. Emmay J.

How to Organize a Job Fair

I will discuss tips to holding a successful job fair.. Topics include: prepare checklist, locati...

Tracy S. Tracy S.

The Right Answers to X Common Interview Questions

: A friendly intro followed by a list of common interview questions. Each question will include a...

Elizabeth T. Elizabeth T.

The Benefits (and the Pitfalls) of Remote Working

Remote working is becoming increasingly popular both with workers and employees. This article wil...

Krishan C. Krishan C.

5 Ways to Boost Your Health and Wellness Benefits

This post will outline four fun ways you can go above and beyond the traditional medical/vision/d...

Sam P. Sam P.

Power your marketing with great writing. – Start your 30-day free trial today! Sign up