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- Don’t wear pajamas for a phone interview– Telephone interviews have become more popular over the last few years and have almost become a standard “first” before the “in person”
interview. The skills required for a telephone interviewcertainly overlap with the “in person” interview, but there are a number of things you may need to do differently. This article, published by CNN Money, provides important points on the What, When and How of telephone interviews. There are advantages to a telephone interview, you can have materials available that would not be possible in an “in person” interview. This article covers what to have and what to do.
- 9 tips to prepare for a job interview – Another great article (this one from CBSNews.com) with lots of great tips to help ensure you are ready for the job
interview. Social media, conducting your own background check and even checking out your competition – all included in this article. Definitely worth a read.
- About.com Interview Answers – This article is from the
job searchexperts at About.com. An interesting set of potential interview questionsand the answers they recommend. There are tons of great additional information (all related to your job search) at the bottom of the article.
- 100 Interview Questions You Should Be Prepared to Answer – This list of questions is from Insidetech.com, provides 100 of the most common
interview questions. Take the time to read through these and think about how you would respond. While it is unlikely you will be asked all 100 in an interview, you are likely to be asked these questions at some point in your job searchcareer.
- Monster Career Advice – 100 Potential Interview Questions – Another good article with 100 potential questions and links to some of the answers.
interview questionsare sorted by category, such as Basic questions, behavioral questions, salaryquestions and more.
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