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    Advice Please: I have a job interview soon.

    I have a job interview in four days. Any advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darla View Post
    I have a job interview in four days. Any advice.
    This is way off topic.

    You didn't say what kind of job you're interviewing for.

    Is it an in-person interview or a Skype interview?

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    Will try my best! i will learn tell me about yourself example https://mrsimon.ai/tell-me-about-yourself/ i got a job interview tuesday

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    I think that if you are confident, your interview will end up getting a job. If we talk about me, I've decided that I don't need an office job, but I want a remote one. And then I will be able to spend more time with my children. And so, I found online courses in the field of IT and employment opportunities in a decent company. But first I need to master the necessary knowledge and skills, pass the exams to get the 2020 Cisco Certification, and then I can count on a good position. If I find enough time for the courses and make the necessary effort, I am sure that I will succeed. And I wish you good luck!
    Last edited by YoungJulian34; 07-28-2020 at 05:57 AM.

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    Just be yourself and everything will be fine. Good luck to you.
    I also had to go through something like that, like everyone else, and I know how many emotions there are in such situations but I think we should take it easy.
    I personally work as a respiratory therapist and I love my job. If anyone wants to know more details about this job you can enter this page.
    Last edited by KKDivan; 08-29-2020 at 06:02 AM.

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    Confidence is the key

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    I am not a professional if talking about interview, but I have some experience and I can say that being yourself, being well-mannered and showing respect and responsibility will always take you in the top list of the people who applied there. After every interview I thank the staff for giving me this opportunity and I believe they appreciate it. I write an email after interview where I thank them, and it doesn’t matter was I accepted or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gibsongi View Post
    I am not a professional if talking about interview, but I have some experience and I can say that being yourself, being well-mannered and showing respect and responsibility will always take you in the top list of the people who applied there. After every interview I thank the staff for giving me this opportunity and I believe they appreciate it. I write an email after interview where I thank them, and it doesn’t matter was I accepted or not.
    Do you also write a letter (and mail it) to the person who interviewed you? An E-mail seems so cold and distant. If you take the time to write an actual letter, you'll have a better chance of getting the person's attention, and you'll stand out in the crowd of candidates for the job.

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    Job interviews are always emotional and I understand you perfectly because I've been through this several times and I remember what I went through then. After that, I was lucky to find the right job for me and do some HVACR Certified Technician Programs here, so that now I have the perfect job that brings me enormous satisfaction and makes me motivated to wake up in the morning.
    Last edited by Ansand; 01-21-2021 at 12:51 PM.

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    thank you very much for the recommendations, it's very helpful for me!

 

 
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