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You’ve prepared your resume and cover letter, detailed your references, done your networking, attended the job fairs, researched possible companies, searched the Internet for job opportunities and submitted your resume. Now, the anxious part: you’ve been called in for a job interview.

Your objective in a job interview is to gather information about a company or position, while persuading the employer that you possess the skills and experience they need. The employer’s objective is to collect relevant information about your career strengths and capabilities in order to evaluate your potential employment and/or role in carrying out their company’s mission.

Most applicants get to this part of the job search process and then face difficulty. Many applicants find it hard to get past this hurdle. To make the interview process a little less strenuous, there are some basic techniques you can use in your interview preparation.

Make a Good First Impression

Dress for Success

Organize Your Materials

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