Jeff Gillis and Mike Simpson, AKA "The Interview Guys" are your one-stop resource for everything related to getting, keeping and growing within a job.
We draw on years of experience to provide job seekers with the newest and best advice covering a range of topics, including:
The Interview Guys have published over 100 pieces of unique content, including our Special Report How To Give Perfect Interview Answers Every Time (which has been downloaded over 1 million times), and our popular eBook The Interview Master Guide (which has sold over 50,000 copies to date).
As a boutique website, we pride ourselves on personal connections with our readership. We take a quality over quantity approach, choosing to focus our content on relevant, helpful topics. Having said that, we have still been able to reach over 70 million job seekers since our inception in 2013!
Most of all, our readers love our friendly and welcoming writing style and attitude. It hopefully makes preparing for a job interview or advancing a career a little less dull than it has to be!
Co-Founder and CEO, Career Expert, Head Writer
Mike is a job interview and career expert and the head writer at TheInterviewGuys.com.
His advice and insights have been shared and featured by publications such as Forbes, Entrepreneur, CNBC and more as well as educational institutions such as the University of Michigan, Penn State, Northeastern and others.
Mike has a degree in Business (Major Human Resources, Minor in Economics) from Bishops University.
Co-Founder and CTO, Staff Writer
As CTO, Jeff brings his IT expertise to TheInterviewGuys.com, and has been the driving force behind bringing The Interview Guys' lessons to more than 70 million students around the world.
Jeff is also a featured contributor, having published more than 50 pieces of unique content on the site, with his work being featured in top publications such as INC, ZDnet, MSN and more.
In addition to educating job seekers around the world via our blog, The Interview Guys are also always trying to uncover interesting facts, trends, and tendencies of both the career/jobs niches and the individuals that participate in them every day.
Through unique surveys and data analysis, the Interview Guys conduct thorough case studies covering topics in the jobs and careers verticals. We attempt to discover and uncover new and interesting ideas in order to help modern job seekers and organizations stay abreast of contemporary workplaces and career trends.
To learn about the prevalence and causes of burnout in the workplace across multiple demographics, we surveyed 928 current employees using the Maslach Burnout Inventory (MBI) questionnaire about their workplace experiences. We included "remote workplace" environments as well and were surprised by the results we got...
For a closer look at how people manage their social media work-life balance, we surveyed over 1,000 employees about their self-censorship behaviors online. We found some pretty interesting results, click to read more about this case study...
Whether it’s due to hating a job or simply desiring a change in scenery, we took a look at earnings over a variety of jobs to learn which occupations can be pursued without experience. We uncovered some pretty valuable information, read our case study now...
What items are sticky-fingered employees after the most, and how do managers feel about it? We surveyed 700 employees and about 300 managers about their experiences and perceptions of workplace theft. Keep reading to see what we found.
From an increase in other benefits to a rise in growth potential, what are the reasons behind employees accepting a cut to their salaries? We ran a 1,867-person survey to find out how many people had taken a pay cut before, and then we looked in depth at the experiences of the 990 people who reported taking at least one pay cut in their careers.
We wanted to know how gender roles played out in four different types of workplaces, not just the stereotypical patriarchal office. These four types of gender-based work settings were as follows: men who work mostly with men, men who work mostly with women, women who work mostly with women, and women who work mostly with men. This way, the entire story of gender’s influence in the workplace could start to unfold.