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Friday, April 07, 2006


Learn from interview questions

Review the debriefing notes you should ideally be making
immediately after every interview. Try to identify questions
that caused you trouble and practice new responses with a
friend or a tape recorder.

Were there specific skills that employers are seeking which
you don't currently possess? Can you beef up such skills by
reading or online research? Can you sign up for a course at
an adult school that will show you are making an effort to
round out your knowledge?

Were there particular areas of probing that made you feel
uncomfortable? Consult friends, family, or a former coworker
who may help you develop new responses that strengthen your

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