Prepare for a job interview by practicing the answers out loud to commonly asked questions. Practice is an important tool in preparation because it increases confidence and reduces the chances of quickly blurting out an ... More »

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To prepare for job interview questions, applicants can make a list of likely questions asked by interviewers, prepare responses relevant to experience and skills and conduct a mock interview with a friend or co-worker. R... More »

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To prepare for a phone interview, a person should conduct company research and have a copy of his resume readily available. These measures prevent hesitation and convey confidence throughout the process. More »

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Acing a job interview requires research, practicing interview answers, a calm disposition and mirroring interviewer behavior traits. Tailor an interview strategy for each type of company, job position and interviewer for... More »

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A job candidate prepares for an interview by researching the position and company, practicing common interview questions, updating her resume, and choosing a professional outfit. Thorough preparation shows in the way the... More »

Hand-write or type a sincere thank you message that refers to points from the interview, answers any remaining questions and highlights why you are the best candidate for the job. Use the thank you letter as your last ch... More »

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A second interview for a job often involves meeting with a different set of people than were present at the initial interview, possibly the actual boss who will make the decision, other company employees in the same work... More »

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