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GET THAT JOB! ACE Your JOB Interview – Every Time! - First Job Interviewing Tips! Job Interview Weaknesses! Key Job Interview Questions! Master Good Interview Skills by Christine Reidhead does exactly what the title suggests. It is quite a short book and the advice comes in bite-sized pieces. Primarily, it is aimed at students applying for their first job or an early job upgrade, but the techniques can be applied by every job applicant. Christine Reidhead is an American with her eye on the United States job market, but her advice is pertinent worldwide. There are lists of things you should do, with reasons, and lists of things you shouldn’t. Ditch the calming cigarette before you enter the interview room; your clothes will smell!
“With this book, you can be assured of building enough confidence to do well in any kind of interview and land yourself a good job” is a quote from the introduction, but I agree 100%. There are three types of job interviews; face to face, telephone, and video link and each has its own section. The emphasis is on instilling confidence in the interviewee and examples demonstrate the most vital tool - research – the basis that enables you to answer expected questions with a personal slant and field unexpected questions. Can you think of a positive answer to “what is your greatest weakness”? Buy a copy of Christine Reidhead’s GET THAT JOB! ACE Your JOB Interview – Every Time! or risk floundering unemployed.