Pass The Job Interview Review- Know To Ace Your Next Interview
The truth is, in this overcrowded and fiercely competitive job market, passing a job interview is more difficult now than it has been for decades. You see it is a simple case of supply and demand: too many job seekers and not enough jobs. Not only that, but if you think the worst is behind us, think again! The chief economist of Moody’s Analytics and a former adviser to presidential candidate John McCain are now warning that unemployment in the US will rise unless growth quickens, with the employment market the weakest ever experienced since the end of the recession.
But there is a glimmer of light from behind this dark cloud. What if there were a way of catapulting you ahead of all the other interview candidates? What if there were an interview technique that was so emotionally compelling that the hiring manager couldn’t help but give you the job? Wouldn’t you want to know what that was? Wouldn’t you demand to know!
You see, dear reader, I may have discovered such a thing for you. I recently finished reading a book called ‘Pass The Job Interview‘, written by veteran hiring manager Michael Kingston. With his 18 years experience as a hiring manager, Michael tells us the ‘insider secrets’ as to what the hiring manager is really looking for at the different stages of the interview, and the common traps most candidates fall into without ever realizing it.
The book also covers areas that are actually either new or that have inexplicably been ignored. New areas include being interviewed over webcam and Skype. This is very common now.
Written in a warm and supporting style, ‘Pass The Job Interview‘ covers everything you would need to know to ace your next interview, including but not limited to:
– Interview preparation
– Telephone interviews
– Skype interviews
– How to dress for the interview
– Body language
– The most common interview questions and how to answer them.
– Most common interview mistakes
– Best questions to ask the recruiter
– Salary negotiation
Unfortunately the interview isn’t always the end of the selection process. Some of you will be unlucky enough to be subjected to psychometric tests and group exercises, which is why for a limited time only, Michael is including three free bonus books when you buy Pass The Job Interview:
– How to create the perfect resume and covering letter
– How to pass group exercises
– How to pass psychometric tests
I strongly recommend ‘Pass The Job Interview’ to anyone who is currently looking for a new job or preparing to do so.
Don’t risk destroying the one chance you have of getting the job because you were under-prepared!
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