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Print books to help you with your job interview
Knock 'Em Dead Job Interview by
Publication Date: 2012
Land the job you want! The interview is one of the most crucial moments of the job search experience and your chance to show your potential employer that you have what it takes to succeed in the position. In order to do that in today's highly competitive job search environment, though, you'll have to find a way to stand out from the crowd. Using his twenty-five years of experience, New York Times bestselling author Martin Yate has established a set of rules for job interviews that is sure to get you noticed. Instead of memorizing canned answers, Yate provides you with an explanation of the thought behind more than 300 questions and answers, so that you'll always know what the interviewer is really asking and how you should respond. Packed with information on handling stress questions and weird interview venues, this book also teaches you how to keep your cool--and confidence--from the moment you step inside the building. With Knock 'em Dead Job Interview, you will finally be able to differentiate yourself from the competition and score the job!
101 Successful Interviewing Strategies by
Publication Date: 2011
Now job seekers or any professional pursuing advancement can master the skills needed to prepare for and effectively manage interviews with Kramer's 101 SUCCESSFUL INTERVIEWING STRATEGIES. Written by accomplished career coach and clinical psychologist Eric Kramer, this unique book applies the latest research in brief learning strategies and social intelligence to equip job candidates for interviewing success.This book walks readers through the five most important parts of preparing for and effectively managing an interview, including attitude, tactics and follow-up actions. From basic tips, such as testing the route to the interview to ensure timely arrival, to more advanced insights into guiding the interview as a conversation rather than interrogation, job candidates find invaluable insights that can make the difference in interviewing or job promotion success.Easy-to-understand strategies are simple to implement with the book's "What to Think/What to Do" presentation. This quick read with immediately applicable tips and strategies is an effective tool, even if read for the first time the day of the interview. 101 SUCCESSFUL INTERVIEWING STRATEGIES' specialized knowledge and scientifically proven skills equip job seekers at any level with the skills to approach interviews with confidence. The book also offers online job search and interview tips on the companion web site.
Electronic books to help you with your job interview
Answering Tough Interview Questions for Dummies by
Publication Date: 2013
A guide to stunning your interviewer with perfect answers to stumping questions In today's competitive job market, a stellar interview lends you an edge over the competition, which can make or break your chances at a new career. Answering Tough Interview Questions For Dummies, 2nd Edition teaches you how to perform professionally and productively under stressful interview conditions. With this handy guide, you'll learn to breeze through tricky questions and accentuate your most impressive qualities. This updated second edition features a ten-step guide to having a great interview, ten tips for projecting confidence, ten techniques for trouble-shooting your job search, 200 tough sample interview questions with detailed advice and model answers, proven strategies to combat nerves, and guidelines for perfecting your social media presence and handling questions that may arise from an online search. There is no need to enter an interview feeling unprepared with this guide by your side. Rob Yeung's holistic approach helps you make a positive first impression Shows you how to prepare to answer questions regarding your online presences (and how to avoid embarrassing search results) Provides essential preparation so that you can familiarize yourself with tricky questions before embarking on the stressful interviewing process Whether you're an entry-level worker or a mid-level professional, Answering Tough Interview Questions For Dummies prepares you to blow the competition away with your poised and professional responses.
Powerful Phrases for Successful Interviews by
Publication Date: 2014
The job market is awash with qualified applicants. Yet employers rarely select based solely on merit. Instead, most hiring decisions are gut-level evaluations made in the first few minutes of an interview. What people say determines who lands a job and who does not. Hiring expert Tony Beshara knows the words that trigger "yes" in the minds of employers--and in his handy new book, he arms candidates with hundreds of ready-to-use responses to even the toughest interview questions. Covering entry-level to executive positions and encompassing all industries, this quick-reference guide propels job seekers through every stage of the process. Readers learn power phrases to: * Get their foot in the door* Clearly communicate their skills, strengths, and experience--and why they would be a perfect fit* Make a great impression at the crucial opening and close* Score high on the likability factor* Dispel lingering concerns about work history* Give follow-up emails real impact* Negotiate a strong job offer* And more After all, when it's time to choose between a candidate who is perfect on paper and one who is persuasive in person, there's no contest. Powerful Phrases for Successful Interviews gives you the right words to make the difference every time.
This Is How to Get Your Next Job by
Publication Date: 2013
Even in a bad economy, companies have job openings they can't fill. Considering the millions of people who are out of work or unhappily employed, how can that be?What are job seekers doing to turn off employers? And what is it that employers want but aren't finding? Leading career expert and syndicated columnist Andrea Kay asked employers one simple question: why didn't you hire the last ten people you interviewed? What it came down to, every time, wasn't a matter of skills or experience, but how applicants seemed based on what they said or did. From lack of preparation, to pushiness, to a subtly defensive attitude, it's the simple behaviors prospective employees exhibit before, during, and after interviews that stand between them and job offers. Based on candid insights from real-life employers, and featuring a foreword by Richard Nelson Bolles, bestselling author of What Color Is Your Parachute?, this book helps job hunters take control of how they come across to the people in charge of hiring. From "20 Things You Should Never Do" to a "Would You Hire You?" test, This Is How to Get Your Next Job helps readers show hiring managers who they are and why they're the perfect fit for the job they seek.