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Ten Interviewing Tips I Share With My Candidates

There are hundreds of things you can do right and wrong during job interviews.  For the most part, you should focus on simply having a good conversation about a topic you know a lot about (you and what you’ve done), and try to make a genuine connection with the interviewer.  Yes, you should prepare.  Yes, you should have good questions. And yes, there is etiquette involved.  That’s your starting point.  For in-depth advice, I offer the short interviewing guides highlighted in the right column on this blog (for the low, low price of FREE). My latest article for AOL covers small bits of advice I have shared with my candidates on the eve of their interview that are “slightly off the beaten path.”

Article:  10 Things About Interviews Job Seekers Need to Know

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November 5, 2010 - Posted by | AOL article, Interviewing 101

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