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Job Interview VocabularyJob Interview Vobabulary

 

General Job Interview Vocabulary

 

Here we are going to have a look at some job interview vocabulary and definitions for the words. Try  learning the vocabulary for job interviews, so that you can use it well during your meeting. You can try memorising the words and also using them for speaking practice and written sentences 

 

Interview

This is the word which means you are having a "job interview".

Interviewee

This is the person who is attending a job interview.

Interviewer

This is the person who is giving the job interview.

Resume / C.V.

This is the word which mean the document where you write your skills and experiene.

Meeting Room

This is the location of your job interview.

Schedule

This can be a verb for arranging the meeting.

Application

This can be a letter or form for applying for a job.

Unsuccessful

This is if you have not been hired.

Hired

This is if you have been hired after your job interview.

  

Vocabulary During The Job Interview

 

Here is job interview vocabulary that may be used by the interviewer or candidate during the job interview.

 

Salary Expectations

How much salary you want.

Productive

Working well.

Team Player

Someone who works well with others.

Sick Leave

When someone is ill.

Vacations / Holidays

When you are taking time off.

Colleagues

Those working with you.

Career History

What work you did before.

Education

What you have studied.

Skills

What you can do.

Hobbies

What you like to do in your free time.

Relocation

Can you change where you live.

References

Who can support your application.

Questions

Is there anything you want to ask?

Career Goals

How do you want your career to develop?

Successes

What have you done well before?

Failures

What have you done badly before?

Committed

Someone who will continue/work well.

Starting Date

When the job will start.

Manager

Someone who wil supervise you.

Onboarding

The familiarisation/induction process after being successful.

Previous Job

Where you worked previously.

Current Job

Where you are working currently.

Redundant

When someone's company has stopped employing them (not firing).

Current Location

Where you are working/living now.

Contact Details

How you can be contacted.