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Old 01-07-09, 04:47 AM
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It is good to see so many people taking initiative and giving us a good info on Job Interview. Thanks a lot for sharing it.

Certain jobs in life would require following a basic parameter but if you stick by the simplest and most decent of job interview tips, there is no denying that you will create an ever lasting impression. One of the very first things that people notice about you when you come to a job is your grooming. So never underestimate this aspect of your appearance when days before you are heading for the job interview.

The key to a successful job interview is a candidate's ability to respond to the different questions that are almost thrown over to him. One must try to reflect their positive side even while answering questions regarding their weaknesses. Questions such as "how long it took to reach the venue?", "personal likes and dislikes", "strengths", etc. should be tackled adroitly. Again, a candidate might not necessarily know the answers to all questions; in such cases, he must be frank enough to admit it. In a job interview, what matters the most is how well one answers and his ability to handle a stressful situation.

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