SolveYourProblem eLearning Series: Job Interviews
Help Me Nail My Job Interview!

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Sooner or later, everyone must face the daunting task of interviewing for a job. Whether itís for a job to keep your bills paid on time, or the dream job youíve always wished for, there are many things you have to remember before you can land that job.

Most people assume that the most important part of a job interview is showing up tidy & well groomed, but there is more to it than that. For example, your attitude is of the utmost importance. Even the slightest mistake or misinterpretation can mean the difference between your having a new job, or pounding the pavement trying to score another interview.

It's common knowledge that what causes people to fail a job interview is in the smallest details.

The fact that you can score an interview at all shows you already have the right stuff for the job. However, scoring the interview is merely the first step in the journey to get you that job. There's a whole lot more that goes into hearing the words "you're hired!" By following the steps listed here, I will arm you with all of the knowledge you'll need to hear those two great words.

In this eLearning guide, you will learn:

  • How to get the interview of your choice.
  • How to prepare for the interview.
  • How to make a great first impression.
  • How to conduct yourself during the interview.
  • What the most common questions are.
  • What questions to ask your interviewer.
  • What common mistakes you should avoid making.
  • About the post interview follow up.
  • Questions that interviewers cannot ask.


How To Get the Interview

Scoring an interview for the job you want doesnít have to be rocket science. There are many ways that this can be achieved but it is important to understand that the methods vary by company first. It is best to know what the companyís application process is before taking your first step.

Generally, when a company is hiring they post an ad in the newspaper or an online. Their preferred method of contact is always included in the ad as well - so take heed and follow it to the letter. You donít want to email a resume to a company that is requesting you walk in with it. You donít want to call a company that requires a faxed resume. Etc... Ignoring their initial contact guideline will guarantee that you will not get an interview because you have already proven that you canít follow simple directions.

Another method of getting a job interview is from a friend or someone you know. They may have an unadvertised job lead for you - which gives you a great advantage. Believe it or not, almost 75% of all job openings are never advertised! If this is the case, ask your friend how to go about applying for the job, who to contact, and who to send your resume and cover letter to.

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