What Did You Like / Not Like About The Role?
By evaluating what you liked / disliked about the role you interviewed for, we can help you narrow down what kind of role may be looking for by communicating what kind of roles we've seen candidates with similar experience placed in. By working with a recruiter, you're able to further narrow down what kind of things you may be looking for in a new role by consulting with an experienced professional who is specifically aware of the current job market in your skillset and industry.
Did You Prepare Well Enough?
This one may be the hardest question to ask yourself after an interview. Did you truly prepare well enough for the interview? What kind of questions did you tend to struggle with while being interviewed, if any? While taking a long, hard look in the mirror may be difficult, it's a truly essential step to discovering how you may improve not only in the interview but as a professional as well. Maybe studying common interview questions, technical questions or preparing a sample portfolio for the interviewer may have helped you better. Be honest with yourself on this one and you will notice leaps and bounds of improvements. TIP: Practice with a recruiter, friend or colleague prior to the interview!
What Other Factors Could've Caused a Rejection for the Interview?
How can I improve for a future interview?
How can I get help with interview coaching and finding a new role?