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R. Bogus

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  • Acing the Interview: How to Ask and Answer the Questions That Will Get You the Job!

    • UNABRIDGED (9 hrs and 5 mins)
    • By Tony Beshara
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    At some point, most people have been caught off guard by tough interview questions. This book helps readers take charge of the situation! In Acing the Interview, the employment expert Dr. Phil called "the best of the best" gives job seekers candid advice for answering even the most unexpected questions.

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    Although the narrator is obviously reading some type of written document the content of the book is very insightful. The book gives the reader the perspective of an interviewer about responses to questions. I found this very informative because I have worked for over 25 years but all these years were spent at 2 jobs. Recently I've been interviewing for better positions and was puzzled by some of the questions interviewers asked me that appeared to be irrelevant to the job. The book explains why those type of questions are asked which also gave me some insight about the values of perspective employers. The author even has a good sense of humor about when to answer a question in detail and when to provide a short answer then "Shut your mouth". The book had me laughing when the author was candid and blunt with his recommendations. I would highly recommend this book for those "unexperienced" like myself with job hunting or those who may be considered "a job jumper". It certainly couldn't hurt to get more information than you already may have. Also, I would recommend skipping chapter 1. It's dry and the meat starts in chapter 2.

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