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Your interviewer asks, “Why should we hire you?”
How would you answer this question? Are you answering it correctly?
This popular interview question has been around for years. Answering it correctly requires a deep understanding of four things: the company, its products, the interviewer, and most importantly, you.
It also requires you to make a pitch. Maybe you are not a salesperson. That doesn’t matter; you still have something of value to sell...you! To get the job you want, you need to realize you are valuable, and the education, skills, and connections you offer to a potential employer are also worthwhile. Learn how to transfer these skills and abilities into a marketable product that employers will want to hire.
Interview with Desire and Get Hired! is an educational and entertaining interview book about how to get the job you want - your heart’s desire, your dream job! For over two decades, the authors, Denise and Randy Wilkerson, have coached thousands of job seekers and candidates on how to prepare for an interview and how to interview for a job. Now, you can take an in-depth look at their step-by-step interview guide, too!
The authors use the word desire as an acronym to carefully explain and help you remember their six-step plan. Through each step, you will learn how to sell yourself by showcasing your skills, character, accomplishments, and enthusiasm during the interview process which will help you gain a competitive advantage over other candidates.
Interview with Desire and Get Hired! offers a variety of topics related to interview preparation, including how to write a resume, how to interview for a job, how to answer top interview questions, and how to sell yourself during an interview. Discover how to get the job you want by creating personal branding strategies, enhancing your interviewing skills, and learning to sell your skills and abilities to a potential employer.