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If videotape is not available, use your telephone answering machine to record an interview: listen to your diction and speaking speed.
Could you tell me how often I might be asked to relocate over five or ten years?”
The questions you ask are usually used by the interviewer to evaluate your fitness for the job. One factor influencing that judgment is the attire you wear for the interview. Avoid negative body language
One purpose of an interview is to see how well you react under pressure. Find out about the company’s expectations for personal appearance–dress expectations, hair length, facial hair, etc.
You should research enough to be able to ask questions that are not found in obvious places such as the organization’s annual report. indexBe on time
Most organizations look at hiring, at the entry level, prospects who will become professionals. Find out about the job and the company when it’s your turn to ask questions. Do not ask questions that raise red flags
By asking “Is relocation a requirement?”
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