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Old 01-03-2008, 01:32 PM
gordman gordman is offline
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You couldn't be more right about this, I agree, applying for job can be really stressful and tricky. I know because I have been to many interviews so far, you can get all kind of traps and you need to handle it very well. But above all I think the interview commission appreciates honesty and natural behavior, this why they learn to know you and make an accurate opinion.
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Old 01-24-2008, 06:12 AM
thomson thomson is offline
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Hi,Most of us have gone through various interviews in different phases of our life, from school to college to jobs. Many of us would agree on the same thought that interview is the most difficult part in the phase of job search. You can make everything go fine if you could improve the simple mistakes we usually make during an interview.The job interviews are the twisting point in a job search where job seekers can do well in winning confidence of potential employers, make them believe that you are the model candidate for the position you are looking for. Most likely job seekers stagger through interviews as if the recruiter asks jumpy questions
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