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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

How to Interview Like a Pro (video)

Share Have you ever thought about precisely how long you should look into person's eyes when you meet them? As a job seeker, you may have a lot  of experience when it comes to job interviews, but you probably still need some work.  These small details can make a tremendous difference. Watch this video to learn more on how to get favorable results during an interview.


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Anonymous said...

Aimed to Americans not Europeans

Anonymous said...

it would be nice if we have a transcript of the videos you post,as there are several people whose internet speed may not support you tube and may not understand the accent of the English spoken.

Orene Kearn, Image and Wardrobe Consultant said...

These were great tips on the video and stressed the importance of image. She emphasized that first impressions are extremely important. We should never underestimate the importance of looking put together and professional. She said that the interviewer will even check out your shoes to see if you pay attention to detail. I would like to also add that when you know your image is right, you feel more relaxed during a job interview!

Anonymous said...

Why are posts of this nature continually on a government affairs discussion forum?

Anonymous said...

Are people even actually getting interviews these days? I think many of us laid off professionals who are sending out dozens of professionally-counseled resumes and utilizing follow-up techniques would be happy to even make it to the interview stage.
Yes, I agree, LinkedIn in general has been taken over by career and job hunting advice.

Anonymous said...

I have sent out hundreds of resumes. Not one call even. I have a Masters degree , 10 years in IT, and 20 in Healthcare. Im signing up for internships at this stage of the game.

Anonymous said...

After filling out numerous applications, sending out many many resumes, I have manged to get a few interviews. It seems with my age, I am over qualified. What to do?

I cannot find an employer willing to hire me, even though I am willing to take a position that is less than what I am qualified for and used to being paid. I need to work . Any advice?

web design manchester said...

If we prepare our CVs best match to the each vacancy we apply, there is big chance to call for interview.
When I was applied just my common CV, I didnt get good response

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