The job interview is the single most important prerequisite to getting a job -- no interview, no job offer. While many people may be talented in writing resumes and letters, conducting research, and networking, they simply must do well in the job interview. Regardless of how talented they are doing work, their interview skills will count the most in getting the job. But what exactly must they know and do in order to ace the job interview? What questions should they anticipate? How well prepared are they with answers that clearly communicate professional and personal competencies? Better still, what questions are they prepared to ask during the job interview? This book examines the nuts-and-bolts of interviewing for job seekers. Unlike other books that focus solely on the job interview, this book focuses on the dynamics of two critical interviews in the job search - referral interviews and job interviews. Pioneered by the authors, Bernard Haldane Associates, referral interviews open the doors to key employers. When conducted properly, they can quickly lead to the perfect job - one that is qfitq for the interviewee. The face-to-face job interview largely determines whether or not a candidate will be offered the job. Based on more than 50 years of experience in working with over 600, 000 clients, this book outlines the key principles as well as reveals numerous examples for conducting a successful job interview.Better still, what questions are they prepared to ask during the job interview? This book examines the nuts-and-bolts of interviewing for job seekers.
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