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Is the real purpose of the interview to weed out the weak, or attract the best? Too many people, including a good chunk of corporate recruiters and hiring managers, view the interview primarily as ...

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The purpose of a job interview is to figure out if both parties will benefit from the hire. Determine if the job and work environment meets your needs. Use your notepad and pen to write down information or jot down a word that will remind you to ask a certain question. Make sure your clothes are clean and pressed.

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The purpose of an interview is to allow a hiring manager or employment committee to evaluate the qualities of an applicant in a personal setting. During an interview, the hiring manager asks questions and evaluates the responses and demeanor of the applicant in giving them.

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In a job interview the best thing to tell them as a short range goal would be self-confidence gained from a job experience (that could also be a long range goal if you are on the really really low ...

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One of the questions commonly asked during a job interview is, “What are your goals for the future?” This question is a good way for employers to determine if your career goals are a good fit for the company. Plus, it helps hiring managers make sure that you actually have some goals – in other words, your answer reveals whether or not you have ambition and some type of plan.

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The main goal of the telephone interview is to provide the recruiter with specific information about you. Some of the questions you may be faced with include identifying your career objectives, getting clarification about relocating or working night shifts, answering questions about your previous employers and explaining your specific technical skills provided on your resume.

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INTERVIEWING SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES Goals of an Interview • Goal of the Interviewer ‐ Itis alsoimportant to consider whom youare talking to.The human resources person is the one likely to know about job descriptions, qualities being sought and the

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Recently, I received more than a normal level of questions from my clients about what to do on a telephone interview. How is a phone interview similar or different to an in-person interview? How should I prepare? What's The Purpose Of A Phone Interview? If you have asked the same questions, here a...

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What goals should you mention, and what goals should you avoid. The answer to this question depends on the position you apply for. The possibilities of career growth it offers, the plan they have with you, and the type of work–all of that has some impact on the goals you should refer to.

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This is a great article. Before you go on a interview you really need to do your homework on the company and how to interview. I think that a lot of candidates don’t take the time to prepare for the interview and they have excellent experience but don’t get the job because of the end result of the interview.