Having secured an interview, you must now ensure that you perform as well as possible in order to secure the job. First of all, be positive – you have been selected for interview because you have skills your potential new employer is interested in. Remember, the interviewer will not only be assessing your strengths and weaknesses, but also your attitude, stability and motivating factors.
It’s all in the preparation…
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