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Simulated Job Interviews

Wendy . Blog Published 21 May 2013

You've got an interview! And now what?

Get some advice. You'll realize that little things might make a big difference in how you come across and how you feel when the big day comes. A few little pointers and a lot of practice will give you the confidence you need. Prepare. http://www.the-saudi.net/kg/management_articles/funny_interview.gif .


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Comments (1)
Manolo Conradi ... (not verified)
5 February 2016 12:29 pm Reply

It´s essential to organize this type of activities because day to day job interviews are more complicate and you should be ready for your moment. In special for you first job interview beacuse normally you are more nervous and you could make mistakes. I think that this type of simulated interviews are very important for our future.

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