Job Interview Patterns is a must have tool for anyone trying to find employment in today's competitive job market. This audio book takes the guesswork out of intimidating job interviews by sharing with the listener the 100 most common interview questions, why they are asked, and the answers recruiters want to hear. Questions such as: "Why should we hire you?", "What is your greatest weakness?", and "What is your communication style?"
Beyond sharing the 100 most common questions with the listener, Interview Patterns explains the meaning behind tricky questions and offers sample answers. The answers offered in this book serve as a guideline from which any job seeker can use his or her own unique information and qualifications and craft his or her own personalized answer. Armed with this all important knowledge, job seekers are more confident and better prepared for the interview process, and may stand a better chance of impressing the employment recruiter. Job Interview Patterns provides valuable information for anyone seeking work - from college students who are trying to land their first professional job; to those who are changing careers later in life.
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This isn't the greatest book out there on the subject but then again, it wasn't bad either. The narration was good but the narrator does move quickly so pay attention and try to keep up. Overall, I thought the material was very informative and educational.
Yes, it's nice to listen in the car on the long commute
The book definitely delivers great value as most of the questions answered in it are actually the questions most commonly asked, and also the most wrongly answered. Even if you disagree with the proposed answer it makes you think on how would you approach the same question(s)during your interview and thus be more prepared.
I need to put a disclaimer that I know the author from our collaborative work in Microsoft and I deeply respect his level of expertise which definitely brings some bias. However putting this aside the book is informative and reflects real life questions with good possible answers. Examples are very relevant to the answers I hear and expect then conducting interview myself.
The narration is OK but not great. For future I would recommend to have at least two different narrators for this type of book -- one who is reading the question and the second one who is reading the answer. I felt lost sometimes then the questions ends and the answer starts.
The material was OK. Nothing spectacular or noteworthy. I'm further in my career so most of the information was more review than revealing.
I couldn't even make it to a whole seven minutes. She may have had a very good message to tell, but I couldn't get there.
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