Interview Tips - The Top 5 Job Interview Tips You NEED To Pay Attention To

Xuất bản 16/08/2015
These 5 interview tips will help you ace your interview and get the offer. Watch Jeff & Mike break down exactly what you need to do to with these critical job interview tips. Free report: In this video ( Jeff and Mike The Interview Guys show you the 5 best things you can do to ensure you ace your next job interview. Armed with these interviewing tips you'll be ready to go! For your convenience here is the transcript of the video: JEFF Hi everyone, I'm Jeff and this is my friend Mike, and together we're known as the Interview Guys. Today we're enjoying one of our favorite pastimes...enjoying a cup of coffee and talking about Job Interviews! MIKE Jeff, are you sure you didn't have one cup of coffee too many? You seem a little...excited. JEFF I am excited Mike. But not because of the coffee! Because A lot of people have been asking us to share our best interview tips, so today we've put together a list of our Top 5 favorites! If you can master these 5 tips, you'll be well on your way to getting a job offer from your next interview. MIKE And pay special attention to tip #5, because it's the one tip that's really going to set you apart from you competition and get you on offer from your next interview. So what's the first tip on the list Jeff? JEFF Tip #1 is that you really need to research the company and the position carefully. It's important to know exactly what they do, who their competitors are, and any current events related to the company. Take some time to study their website, but make sure you also know the job description inside out. MIKE Our second tip is that you need to practice! In other words, it's important that you prepare perfect answers to some of the most commonly asked and toughest interview questions. How do you do that? Well hang on to the end of this video and we'll show you exactly how. JEFF Tip #3 is that you need to prepare a few success stories that you can reference during the interview. What is a success story? A success story is a story from your past, work or personal life, that highlights an achievement and reflects one of your strengths. MIKE Tip #4 is a very important one. You always need to prepare some questions to ask the interviewer. Why? Because it shows that you are prepared, knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the job. Not to mention the fact that it will allow you to learn as much as possible about the company and the position you are interviewing for. JEFF As we said earlier, our final tip is the most important tip on the list. Tip #5 says that you need to tailor your entire interview to the company you are interviewing with. Most people walk into the interview room with nowhere near enough knowledge of exactly what the company or organization is looking for. You need to find out before hand exactly what the position calls for in an employee as well as exactly what makes up the company's 'perfect candidate". Once you have this information you can position yourself as that "perfect candidate" by giving "tailored" interview answers. As we always say: "it's not about you, it's about them" MIKE If that sounds like a lot to take in, don't worry! Because we've prepared a special report that explains Tip #5 completely and outlines exactly how to prepare perfect answers to every interview question. JEFF That's right. We walk you through our proven step-by-step process for giving perfect interview answers in our hugely popular free special report, Click this link to get it:
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