Job interview strategies that focus only on the interview itself will not get you hired.
You must use strategies that cover the entire process. These activities can be divided into three phases:
"One important key to success is self-confidence.
An important key to self-confidence is preparation."
Preparation is the vital ingredient of all three phases of the interview process. Because you are looking for information about interviews on the Internet, you are already engaged in the major element of preparation: RESEARCH. You are taking steps that most job seekers don't know about or don't bother with. You are already on the path to success. Congratulations!
"Give me six hours to chop down a tree
and I will spend the first four
sharpening the axe."
Abe knew what he was talking about; he knew the value of preparation. So spend some time at this site "sharpening your axe." When you walk into your next interview, you'll be very glad you did!
According to the State of New York Department of Labor web site, you need to, "Assess your interviewing skills.
These are great ideas worth adding to your job interview strategy. (Source: http://www.labor.ny.gov/careerservices/findajob/intview.shtm)
Just click on the following links for specific strategies that will help you land your dream job!
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