Friday, May 16, 2008


Much has been written about interviewing. I am confident that most of my readers know a great deal about the subject. Therefore, I will concentrate on what I consider to be the most important elements of a successful interview. First of all, make sure that your cell phone is turned off! You have been shown into the interviewer's office and have gone through the normal introductions. Most likely the interviewer will talk about the weather or some other general subject to help you relax. OK, now she is ready to begin the formal interview. Always bring a portfolio with you that includes a legal pad, pen, and at least (5) copies of your resume. At the beginning of the interview, ask the interviewer if it is OK for you to take notes during the interview. The answer will always be "yes".....

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