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The 411 about a job interview

We have gone through many interview discussions but this topic will never be enough. If you are very careful, you need to live in the 21st century which means that you need to be very dynamic. I remember there was an article we carried in our site about being dynamic. Basically it is changing with the changing times. If you saw things yesterday, then you can support me that they are not the same today. If you look for a picture of the first mobile phone, you won’t believe how far the human race has evolved. The interview has also evolved and if you don’t believe it, pray you do not have an interview with me.

A good HR executive will engage an applicant in an interview and if the candidate is tensed, then it can also be his/ her role to relax the atmosphere. All of us agree that getting the first big job interview can be extremely nerve-wracking especially to students or even for an experienced individual. Excitement for the opportunity mixes with the fear of messing up what could potentially be something that can build or destroy a career.

To help you avoid a professional faux pas right off the bat, we've put together some consolidated practical advice on how to make sure you'll be a candidate interviewers can't resist:


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