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The Interview Proper

            During the interview, you will probably be expected to answer questions on a variety of topics. Of course, anything mentioned on your resume is fair game, but don’t be surprised if the interviewer explores your willingness and motivation to take on work responsibilities that would be new to you. Sometimes a recruiter will ask you to evaluate your own experiences, skills, and weaknesses. You might also find yourself answering hypothetical questions along the lines of, “Let’s say this happens. What would you do?” and “Where do you see yourself in five years?”

            Some people would rather be struck by lightning than say “no” to a question. If you don’t have an experience in something and you’ve been asked a direct question, say so. There are different ways of saying no. you can say “no, never” and leave it at that, or you can say; “No, I haven’t but that’s precisely why I’d love this job. I have done these things directly related to this position, but I’m really interested in trying my hand at this.”

            It is usually considered polite to wait for the company representatives to bring up money matters, i.e., your salary. You should, however have an answer ready if the company asks you about your salary requirements. If you’ve done your research, you have an idea about the salary ranges for the job. You can then give a range that starts higher than the bottom and ends lower than the top.

            Remember to shake hands with the interviewer, thank the person, and ask what the next step is or when you can expect to hear something. Regardless of how long or short the interview was, or how successfully presented your case, treat your interviewer with courtesy. Don’t forget to say thank you!



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