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You hunger for that tech job. Here's how to nail the interview!

This guide shows you, in 10 Quick Steps, how to prepare for and participate in an impressive, efficient and, oddly enough, enjoyable interview with potential employers. You'll learn from an 18-year veteran of Microsoft, Leo A. Notenboom. His system lets you rest easy that you're prepared for the questions, prepared to give great answers, and let people see the real you shine through.

Don't let another interview go by as you just 'feel' your way through, hoping for the best.

Learn how to customize your resume for the company or job...how honesty can make you a star, and how to handle the problem-solving interview...what to avoid saying or doing...using the process to get better jobs...and how to interview the company, all in 10 Quick Steps!

©2003 Online Today, Inc.

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  • Steve
  • Oakdale, CA, USA
  • 07-29-04

Don't bother

When I ordered this book I was expecting to find some insights on ways to improve my chances in a TECH interview. The information and interview tips in this book can be found for free on the internet. If anyone found this information helpful then they have no business applying for tech jobs. The book is vague and offers only interview techniques that most job seekers already take for granted. If the rest of the 10 Quick Step books are like this one they should be avoided like the plague. They are just a shameful attmept to make some money and not much else.

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