Your Basic Guide To Acing ANY Job Interview!
Question: Can you afford to make mistakes at your next job interview?
"Are You Looking To Be Employed Next Week?"
So are thousands of people across the country.
Do you have a job interview lined up? Do you know you are expected to bring? Are you ready to handle the nervousness? If not, honestly ask yourself this question...
How do you expect to get a job? It's too easy to not be taken seriously...
Granted, most people do not know what is expected of them when they first start going to job interviews. (Which is a good reason why it may take more than one.) If they do get hired, it's probably because no one prepared the way they were supposed to...
It's like choosing bad over worse!
Your job is your lively hood. If you absolutely NEEDED to find yourself a job, would you be willing to do what it takes to get your name on the top of a job recruiter's list?
If I told you everything that was expected of you - what to bring, what questions are going to be asked, and what questions you should know to ask....
...would you be willing to listen?
If not - good luck in the real world. If so, then I have something for you. It's called....
"...Your Basic Guide To Acing ANY Job Interview!"
Greetings Future Employed Citizen,
If you are looking for a job, you can find your way to the top of your potential employer's list of prospects with this unfair advantage that I have stowed away for you.
Maybe you're fresh out of college... Maybe you've recently been laid off... Hey, maybe you just need a job!
No matter what the situation, there are hundreds, even thousands in the same boat as you. You need an income. The bills are piling up, there are loans to repay, credit to fix or establish...
...it'd be nice to buy something special you could never afford currently. A brand new car could finally be a reality - or maybe you'd just like to step out of the house without being strapped for cash.
If you want any of this to come true - you need to find a job!
There are so many applicants out there... I spoke of thousands of people being in the same boat as you - but I FORGOT to say that often there could be thousands of applicants applying for the very same JOB OPENING as you!
It can be tough to compete, especially when the economy is such that there is a lot of competition for employment.
With the stakes so high, you just simply cannot afford to not do your best at your job interview. Ask yourself this...
Can you really afford to be less then your best at your next job interview?
If you do not get the job, you're going to be kicking yourself for thinking a half-hearted effort would fly. You would have just waited a valuable opportunity. And based on your salary...
...it could be a mistake that costs you tens of thousands of dollars per year! Don't let this happen to you.
Listen, my report uncovers the...
"Secrets Of Changing Your Next Job Interview Into A Paying Salary!"
"Your Basic Guide To Acing ANY Job Interview" is a step by step manual to landing your own job interview and outright ACING IT! If you're someone who recognizes that every interview is the most important interview, this report is for you.
Just LOOK at some of the information you will find inside:
Learn why it is important to understand a company's application process before contacting them. (Page 4)
Understand the power of describing your weaknesses as strengths. (Page 26)
11 practice questions that interviewers are GOING to ask you. (Pages 27-28)
Understand the importance of being confident (without being cocky) and other key behaviors that can help you land a job. (Page 14)
8 questions that recruiters are NOT allowed to ask. (Pages 31-32)
10 practice questions an interviewer may ask you if you've just graduated from college. (Pages 28-29)
10 questions YOU may want to ask the interviewer to let them know you're serious about getting this job. (Page 30)
Learn to avoid making a major mistake when faxing in your resume. (Pages 6-7)
Learn which colors are best to wear to your interview - for both men and women. (Page 12)
Realize that a positive attitude and a smile are a lot more important than you may realize. (Page 15)
Realize that staring at items on your interviewer's desk is a BAD thing to do, and why this is true. (Page 15)
Realize that women should DEFINITELY not show too much skin when showing up for an interview. (Page 12)
Find out how to prepare for the question, "Would you be a good addition to our company?" (Page 9)
Understand the 4 most common methods of applying for a job - and the proper etiquette for each of them (Pages 5-8)
Discover that "To whom it may concern" are the absolutely WRONG words to use when writing a cover letter - and how to find the right ones. (Page 5)
Learn the rules for sending your resume through email - not all companies are the same. (Page 6)
Discover a sneaky tactic for getting information out of current employees. (Page 10)
Discover a simple, but seldom used method of making a first impression. Hint: It's a question you should ask. (Page 10)
Find out when it is acceptable to wear more casual clothing to an interview. (Page 12)
Learn the importance of being organized BEFORE your interview. (Page 13)
Understand why delivering your resume in person is really a "pre-interview" and learn how to prepare for it. (Page 7)
Discover the words to use in the subject line of your email to get your resume read. (Page 6)
Learn the fastest way to research a potential employer - including where to look and what to look for. (Page 10)
Learn which application method skips the cover letter process. (Page 7)
Find out what you should MAKE SURE to have with you when sitting down with your interviewer. (Page 13)
Realize that the interviewer is not just finding out if you are skilled enough for the job, but something else that may be a crucial factor. (Page 14)
Learn the question to ask to show confidence in any interview. (Page 25)
Learn the RIGHT way to behave and the RIGHT things to say as the interview comes to a close. (Page 25)
Understand how to appropriately follow up with an interview. (Pages 32-33)
7 key factors of body language that could destroy your interview - possibly before it even starts. (Page 16)
Understand why you can never be too polite to the person directing you to the waiting area before your interview. (Page 17)
16 things to do to your resume that will make your recruiter furious! Note: You should NOT do these. (Pages 19-21)
Learn 9 Do's and Dont's for impressing your interviewer. (Pages 21-22)
Learn to write a cover letter that stands out - so your resume will actually get read! (Pages 22-23)
Learn the exact words to use when being interviewed on the telephone. (Page 8)
Learn the best way to use your friends to land job interviews. (Page 5)
Understand the type of responses you should be giving to your interviewer for maximum benefit. (Page 11)
Realize your bad speaking habits before your interviewer does... so you can eliminate them before you go in! (Page 12)
1 sample cover letter that you can refer back to again and again to make sure yours is top notch. (Page 23)
Understand how to act if your recruiter asks to interview you during lunch or dinner. (Page 24)
10 table manners to remember, just in case you've forgotten! (Pages 24-25)
8 tips for making a great first impression. (Page 17-18)
Learn what NEEDS to be in your resume if you are to be taken seriously. (Page 18)
A simple technique for making your resume stand out. (Page 18)
15 areas in which your interviewer will be judging you - know them! (Pages 33-35)
3 sets of skills that a potential employer will expect you to have. (Pages 36-38)
And there's MUCH more - guaranteed!
"Who Else Wants To Ace Every Interview They Sit Down For!"
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