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4 'WOW' Factors to Help You Get the Job

Watch this video to see how 4 different job candidates did something special (that you could do, too) and got the offer. You've got to see it...these were some truly great ideas, and I know they will help you.

If you would like help or additional information on using these techniques to get the offer, click the links below:

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The Words You Should Never Say in Your Job Interview

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Think about the kind of impression you want to convey to your interviewer or hiring manager:  experience, ability, and confidence.

You communicate your experience and ability with a winning resume, a brag book, a 30/60/90-day plan, and high-quality references.

You communicate your confidence in your physical presentation, your body language, and what you say and how you say it.

Good communication skills are essential.  Sounding even remotely uncertain of your ability to do the job you’re interviewing for (and do it well) is an interview killer.  No employer is going to hire someone who isn’t even sure himself if he is capable.  What phrases convey uncertainty?

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How to Answer Behavioral Interview Questions - Use the STAR Format

file3301274449947Employers want to know about more than just your skills and experience--they want to know how you'll get along day-to-day.  How will you react in stressful situations?  What will you do when a customer gets cranky, or there's some issue with the product?

One way for hiring managers to get to that information is to use behavioral interview questions that try to uncover how you have reacted in similar situations, or that set up a theoretical problem to see how you would go about solving it.

Both types of behavioral (or situational) interview questions show how you think, which can be much more informative for a hiring manager than asking about your greatest weakness.

The easiest and most effective way to answer Behavioral Interview Questions is to use the STAR format.

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Fantastic Phone Interview Tips You've Never Thought Of

Phone-Woman4If you got the phone interview, you are just a few minutes away from getting the face-to-face interview--IF you handle those few minutes well.  Think about your phone interview in a fresh way and stand out from everyone else they talk to and get your face-to-face interview!

No matter what job you do--technical, administrative, education, operations, manufacturing, data-based, marketing, or sales--the process of getting the job is basically a sales process.  You are the 'product' that's for sale, or hire; the hiring manager, or interviewer, is the 'customer'.  In this analogy,  you are also the sales rep, because you are convincing that hiring manager, or employer, to buy your product (hire you for the job).

If your job search is like a sales process, interviews are like sales calls.  If you look at what successful sales reps do to sell their products, and apply at least some of those principles to your job search and interviews, you will be successful in 'selling' yourself for the job.

Here is a great article to help you from Mark Hunter, The Sales Hunter.  Mark gives you outstanding phone sales tips to use when contacting customers that work very well for also speaking with hiring managers (or Human Resources) in your phone interviews.

I have posted the article in its entirety, but I have italicized the tips that will be most useful and effective for you:

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10 Phone Interview Questions You Will Be Asked

phone interview (2)Be prepared for your phone interview and get invited to the face-to-face!

Here are phone interview questions you'll likely be asked, along with the best phone interview answers:

  • Tell me about yourself. Don't fall into the trap of thinking it's a social question to break the ice. It isn't. All your answers should relate to the job.
  • Walk me through your resume.  Hit the highlights...education, jobs that contributed to your fit for this one that you're interviewing for.
  • Why are you interested in this job? Relate it to your skills and what you can do for them:  "It's a perfect fit because of X, Y, and Z."

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How To Answer Interview Questions Series

Table of Contents

  1. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q1 -- Are you overqualified for this job?
  2. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q2 -- Are you willing to relocate?
  3. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q3 -- Describe a time when your work was criticized and how you handled it.
  4. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q4 -- Describe a time when your workload was heavy and how you handled it.
  5. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q5 -- Describe how you would handle a situation if you were required to finish multiple tasks by the end of the day, and there was no conceivable way that you could finish them.
  6. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q6 -- Describe your work style.
  7. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q7 -- Describe yourself to me in one word.
  8. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q8 -- Do you prefer working in a team or alone?
  9. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q9 -- Give me a specific example of a time when you had to conform to a policy with which you did not agree.
  10. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q10 -- Give me an example of a time that you felt you went above and beyond the call of duty at work.

  1. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q11 -- Have you ever been on a team where someone was not pulling their own weight? How did you handle it?
  2. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q12 -- Have you ever had difficulty working with a supervisor/manager?
  3. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q13 -- How can you apply your specific skills to help the organization achieve sustainable growth and generate revenues?
  4. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q14 -- How to Answer Interview Questions - Q2 -- How did you deal with the situation the last time your boss chastised you or strongly or disagreed with a statement, a plan or a decision you made?
  5. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q15 -- How do I know that you still have the “fire in the belly” to do this job?
  6. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q16 -- How do you deal with difficult customers?
  7. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q17 -- How do you deal with stressful situations?
  8. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q18 -- How do you evaluate success?
  9. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q19 -- How do you handle stress and pressure?
  10. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q20 -- How do you rate yourself as a professional?

  1. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q21 -- How does this position fit in with the career path you envision for yourself?
  2. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q22 -- How have you responded to a colleague who is putting you down at work?
  3. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q23 -- How long will it take for you to make a significant contribution?
  4. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q24 -- How long would you plan to stay with us?
  5. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q25 -- How much did / do you make?
  6. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q26 -- How was your working relationship with your previous supervisor?
  7. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q27 -- How would you feel about working for someone who knows less than you?
  8. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q28 -- How would you go about establishing your credibility quickly with the team?
  9. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q29 -- I noticed that you are applying for a position that is not as senior as you past positions. Why would you consider a job that is, in effect, a demotion for you?
  10. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q30 -- If we hire you, what will we know about you a year down the road?

  1. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q31 -- If you could be any animal which one would you be and why?
  2. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q32 -- If you could relive the last 10 years of your life, what would you do differently?
  3. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q33 -- If you had to choose one, would you consider yourself a big-picture person or a detail-oriented person?
  4. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q34 -- If you were a tree, what kind of a tree would you be?
  5. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q35 -- Is there anything I haven’t told you about the company that you would like to know?
  6. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q36 -- Situational Response Question:  An airplane landed in the parking lot. What would you do?
  7. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q37 -- Tell me about a time when you disagreed with your boss about a way that something should be done. How did you handle that?
  8. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q38 -- Tell me about a time when you faced a difficult situation with a co-worker.
  9. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q39 -- Tell me about a time when you failed.
  10. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q40 -- Tell me about a time when you had to give someone difficult feedback. How did you handle it?

  1. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q41 -- Tell me about yourself.
  2. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q42 -- Tell me your life story (more of your personal history).
  3. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q43 -- Tell us about a failed project.
  4. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q44 -- Tell us about a time that you went against corporate directives. Why? How did it turn out?
  5. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q45 -- There's no right or wrong answer, but if you could be anywhere in the world right now, where would you be?
  6. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q46 -- We are looking for someone with experience…or, You don’t have enough experience—why should we hire you?
  7. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q47 -- What are some of your greatest and/or proudest accomplishments?
  8. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q48 -- What are your advantages and DISADVANTAGES?
  9. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q49 -- What are your hobbies?
  10. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q50 -- What are your least favorite things to do in your role as a XXXX?

  1. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q51 -- What are your pet peeves?
  2. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q52 -- What are your salary expectations?
  3. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q53 -- What are your workplace values?
  4. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q54 -- What did you earn at your last job?
  5. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q55 -- What did you like or dislike about your previous jobs? 
  6. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q56 -- What do people most often criticize about you?
  7. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q57 -- What do you consider your most significant accomplishment?
  8. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q58 -- What do you expect from a supervisor?
  9. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q59 -- What do you know about this company?
  10. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q60 -- What do you wish you’d done better?

  1. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q61 -- What excites you and scares you about this position?
  2. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q62 -- What have you been doing since you got laid off?
  3. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q63 -- What have you learned from your mistakes?
  4. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q64 -- What is good customer service?
  5. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q65 -- What is your greatest weakness?
  6. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q66 -- What is your ideal job?
  7. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q67 -- What is your least favorite managerial task?
  8. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q68 -- What kind of money would you be interested in making?
  9. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q69 -- What makes you unique? 
  10. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q70 -- What motivates you?

  1. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q71 -- What questions do you have for us?
  2. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q72 -- What salary are you looking for?
  3. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q73 -- What type of work environment do you prefer?
  4. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q74 -- What was the last book you read?
  5. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q75 -- What was your least favorite part of your last job?
  6. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q76 -- What was your most difficult work experience and how did you deal with it?
  7. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q77 -- What were the major challenges of your last job and how did you handle them?
  8. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q78 -- What were your responsibilities in your last job?
  9. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q79 -- What will you contribute to this job?
  10. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q80 -- What will you do if you don’t get this position?

  1. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q81 -- What would you do first at this job?
  2. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q82 -- What would your friends tell me about you?
  3. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q83 -- What would your line manager say was the area you needed most development in?
  4. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q84 -- What you can do to make this company better?
  5. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q85 -- Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
  6. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q86 -- Who was your best boss and who was your worst?
  7. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q87 -- Why are you looking to leave your current job?
  8. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q88 -- Why did you freelance for so long?
  9. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q89 -- Why did you leave your last position?
  10. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q90 -- Why did you take a job that seems to be outside of your career path?

  1. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q91 -- Why do you believe you are the best fit for this position?
  2. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q92 -- Why do you have a big gap in your employment history?
  3. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q93 -- Why do you think you can manage a team without any prior managerial experience?
  4. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q94 -- Why do you want to join this company?
  5. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q95 -- Why do you want to switch from an academic field to business/industry?
  6. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q96 -- Why do you want to work for someone else after owning your own business / freelancing?
  7. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q97 -- Why have you been out of work for so long?
  8. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q98 -- Why have you changed jobs so frequently over the past X years?
  9. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q99 -- Why haven't you been promoted?
  10. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q100 -- Why should we give you the job over the other candidates?  (Why should I hire you instead of someone else?)
  11. How to Answer Interview Questions - Q101 -- Why would you accept a lesser salary than what you made before?  (Won’t you jump ship when a better offer comes along?)

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Think about job interviews. You’re so thrilled when you get the call. The interview prep work is exciting because you’re getting to know what you hope is your new company. You get your resume, your brag book, and your 30-60-90-day plan all lined out, and you choose what to wear. You map out the route and get there a healthy few minutes early. You greet your interviewer with a smile and a firm handshake, and then you start The Conversation.

Everything hinges on your job interview questions and answers.  Your answers are THE major deciding factor in whether or not you get asked back for a second interview or get the job offer. Not to worry…Career Confidential is here to help.

I am thrilled to announce that we are launching a new blog article series: How to Answer Interview Questions.

In fact, we are publishing 101 job interview questions and answers in a brand new, open-access series for you. These are typical but tough interview questions that most candidates are asked at some point in their interview process. We will tell you how to answer just about every interview question possible…from the most common standard interview questions to the weird, “personality” interview questions.

But we’re not just giving you the answer to parrot...I don't want you to sound like someone who Googled “how to answer interview questions.” (Although I will give you ideas.)

Job Interview Questions and Answers

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I’m going to address one question per article and coach you through how to approach your answer strategically and construct the best answer possible FOR YOU.

I’ll tell you things like:

  • What hiring managers are REALLY asking with each question...
  • How to think strategically about your best answer.
  • What kinds of things you should always include in your answer.
  • Some sample job interview answers to get you started.

Without a doubt, this series is unlike anything you've ever seen before.  My entire 15+ years of experience in sales, management, recruiting, and career coaching is behind every answer.

By the time you absorb 101 questions and answers, you will:

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Perfect Interview Answers Free Training Webinar

Did you know that employers are listening for certain words, phrases, and concepts in your interview answers? If you don’t say what they want to hear, you won’t get the job.

In this webinar, you will learn perfect interview answers you can adapt for any job in any field.

These answers are the “magic words” that will unlock job offers for you. You will learn:

  • Perfect answers for the 4 most common interview questions
  • How to make them want to offer you the job
  • How to relieve the hiring manager’s 4 secret fears about you
  • An interview technique that will make them beg to hire you

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How to End Your Face-to-Face Job Interview and Get the Offer!

If you want to boost your odds of getting the job offer by 30%- 40%,
AND ask me your most pressing job search or interview question...

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Interview Training Webinar and LIVE Q&A Session!

This free session will:

  • Show you how to get the job offer in your NEXT interview
  • Give you SOLUTIONS you can use now
  • Start your week off on a high note!

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Phone Interview Tips Free Training Webinar

Have you ever bombed a phone interview? Are you afraid you might?

Or do you just think phone interviews are awkward and painful?

If you answered 'yes,' I have a solution for you.

What should happen (and what CAN happen) is that each one of your phone interviews should get you invited to interview in person.

If you want that to happen for you, then you need to come to my free training webinar, Phone Interviews: 25 'How To' Tips You Need Now.

In this webinar, I’m going to share with you my top 25 tips for a fantastic, stress-free phone interview. We’ll talk about how to get ready for it, what to say, how to answer their questions, and how to avoid some really big mistakes.

These tips are going to help you stand out from the other candidates and make sure your name gets to the short list.

I’m offering this training webinar free of charge.

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DASHING Cover Letters

Are Cover Letters Important?

Yes. While some may argue that a cover letter is an “extra step”, I say it is an expected step when sending out your résumé. Outside of the fact that omitting the cover letter can be perceived as being lazy, we exist in a very competitive job-market, and a well-written cover letter is a tool that can help to position you ahead of the competition.

Covers letter are intended to spark the interest of the reader and to compel the reader to take action steps based on what they have read. Your cover letter is your “call to action”. This is the tool that asks for an interview.

Are there any specific “rules” for how to write a cover letter? The only absolute rule is that you must have one. Cover letters do not have a set format or style; they can be creative or conservative, depending on where you are sending your materials. They will change to best address each particular opportunity.

Below are a few tips for crafting a DASHING document:

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See all of Career Confidential's eReports for your cover letter, resume, job search, LinkedIn, brag books, job interviews, follow up, and salary negotiations.

Use the links here to go to Amazon and download them now.

 

 

 Write a Resume: How to Quantify Your Resume (e-Report)

 

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 Find a Job Fast: With This 7-Step Plan (e-Report)

 

Use these 7 steps to jump start your job search
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 LinkedIn: Use Your Profile To Attract Employers (e-Report)

 

Tips and Tricks to Using LinkedIn Like a Pro
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 Cover Letters eReport: 17 Tips - How to Write Cover Letters

 

In this 13-page exclusive report, you’ll discover everything
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 Brag Books: The Powerful "Reference" You Take With You To the Interview (e-Report)

 

“Wow” Them in the Interview with an
Impressive Portfolio of Accomplishments

 

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 "Sell Yourself" For the Job: What It Means To "Sell Yourself" for the Job (e-Report)

 

Stand Out and Get the Offer
When You Sell Yourself For the Job

 

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 Job Interview: Get The Job By Asking Two Critical Questions (e-Report)

 

Boost your chances of getting the job by 30%-40%
just by asking two simple, strategic questions in the interview.

 

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 Follow Up After The Interview: Beyond "Thank You" (e-Report)

 

 Seal the Deal and Get the Job with a Smart, Professional
Interview Follow Up Plan

 

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 Salary Negotiations: How to Handle Questions About Salary (e-Report)

 

Learn words, phrases, and answers that
guarantee you the best job offer possible.

 

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'I Got a Job Offer in 24 Hours Thanks to a 30 60 90 Day Sales Plan'

Can a 30-60-90-Day Sales Plan make YOUR interview amazing and get you a job offer in 24 hours? You bet. See what it did for Jeanne:

Hello Peggy! I just wanted to let you know my results from using your 30 60 90 day sales plan. [Prior to purchasing your plan, my face-to-face] interview went great! As we wrapped up [the hiring manager] said, "We are going to have another interview and I want you to be able to tell me in our next meeting how you plan on tackling this job." I put together my 30 60 90 day sales plan. At my next interview, when the hiring manager asked if I had given any thought as to how I would tackle the job and when I responded with, "Well, yes I have. I have prepared a 90 day plan that I would love to share with you." The look on his face was priceless!! He was not expecting this, Peggy. The interview went amazing. I was offered the job within 24 hours. -- Jeanne

Look at what Jeanne is teaching us here: Most people would have thought about how they planned to tackle the job, and maybe have formulated an answer before they went to the interview. Jeanne took it up a notch with her 90-day plan and became the star candidate. The 30 60 90-Day Plan is the something 'extra' that can absolutely make you stand out and make the company very eager to hire you.

Do not go to another interview without a 30 60 90 Day Plan. It's too risky. Pull out all the stops and knock their socks off. That's when you walk away with the job offer.

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Amazon Kindle eBooks for Your Job Search and Interviews

Check out Career Confidential's ebooks on Amazon's Kindle store to help you answer interview questions, prepare for your interviews, work with recruiters, find a job fast, ace your phone interview, and jumpstart your job search.  Click on the links below to see book descriptions and reviews.  Download them today!

 

 

  How To Answer Interview Questions

 

Can you explain why you're the person they need to hire? Employers ask you a hundred different interview questions... but what they really want to know is,
"Why should we hire you?" If you get interviews but you don't get the job, you have not explained that to them. This is the book that will show you how to use your answers to get the job.

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  How to Work With Recruiters Effectively

 

What's the most powerful place you can be in as a job seeker? The most powerful place you can be as a job seeker is having someone the company knows and trusts marketing you for the job--that someone is a recruiter. If you are in a job search now, or want to get better and better opportunities throughout your career, you need to understand how to leverage the considerable power of recruiters.

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  How to Ace Your Phone Interview

 

 This book is for YOU if you want to slam-dunk every phone interview and get invited to the face-to-face.  You will discover my best phone interview tips from 14 years of interviewing thousands of candidates (as a hiring manager and recruiter). This is your key to phone interview success!

  > Read More Here <

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Jumpstart Your Job Search

 

If you feel like your job search is stalled because you can’t get enough interviews, then this is the book for you!  It will jumpstart your job search and put you in the interview seat, so you can get a job fast.

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Finding a Job Fast, Using a 30 60 90 Day Plan

 

Finding a Job Fast, Using a 30/60/90-Day Plan brings you a dynamic new way to take control of your job search and prove to hiring managers that you have what it takes to join the team. Whether you have years of experience in your field or none at all, you can get the job offer you have been waiting for.

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 How Do You Prepare For an Interview?

 

Job interviews are more competitive than ever.  If you go to interviews but are not getting offers, someone else is out-preparing and out-performing you in the interview.  This book will turn YOU into the stand-out candidate who walks away with the job.

As a Bonus with the book, you also get a Free Downloadable Interview Prep Guide - Career Confidential's Job Interview Prep Kit will walk you through any professional or executive job interview preparation.

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Phone Interviews - New eBook - Giveaway January 15th

Do you have a phone interview coming up? Let me help you ace it and get invited to the face-to-face.

Telephone Interview EbookI've just released my brand new ebook in Amazon's Kindle Store:

How to Ace Your Phone Interview:
Top 37 Tips for the Best Interview of Your Life

37 Top Tips for the Best Phone Interview of Your Life

Phone interviews are really phone ‘screens.’  Employers use them to weed out candidates and come up with a short list of people to interview face-to-face.  If you don’t get invited to interview, you got screened out of the job.

This book will keep you from getting screened out and consistently put you on the short list of candidates who get to interview in person.  You'll discover:

  • Exceptional Answers to Phone Interview Questions
  • Phone Interview Mistakes That Get You Screened Out
  • How To Be Confident & Make a Fantastic First Impression
  • Powerful ‘How To’ Tips for a Perfect Phone Interview
  • How To Get Invited To Interview Face-To-Face

> See Phone Interview eBook Description Here <

***To celebrate the launch of this ebook, I am giving it away AT NO COST January 15th ONLY.  Simply go to Amazon's Kindle Store and download it on the big day...don't forget, because on the 16th the price goes back to $2.99.

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** If you like this book, make sure you check out my other ebooks in Amazon's Kindle Store...

How to Answer Interview Questions                                                                                                                   How Do You Prepare for an Interview?

Interview Preparation Ebook on Amazon KindleHow to Answer Interview Questions eBook

 

Finding a Job Fast Using a 30 / 60 / 90 Day Plan

30-60-90-Day Plan eBook on Amazon Kindle Store

 

 

 

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