My interview went well but at the end the interviewer said "All the best for your future endeavours". What does it mean?
Why is a job interview needed if I am the only suitable candidate for a research-assistant position?
I have a postdoc interview tomorrow and I think I have overstated my abilities in my CV. How do I address it during the interview?
Called for a final interview with the university president after a notice of someone else getting hired for the position. Why?
How do I reassure myself that I am a worthy candidate for a tenure-track position, when department would likely have interviewed me even if I wasn't?
A PI gave me 2 days to accept his offer after I mentioned I still have another interview. Is this normal?
How to answer 'Is your research going to be in biology text books one day?' question during faculty interview?
Is it bad not to answer the "Tell me how you behaved in a situation of conflict with your previous supervisor" question in a PhD interview?
For interview questions about innovative or engaging teaching, is it OK to say I give lectures in the standard way?
If the interviewer says "We have other interviews to conduct and then back to you in few days", is it a bad sign to not get the job?
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