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10 Killer Interview Tactics You Ought to Know

10 Killer Interview Tactics You Ought to Know
Job interviews can be a mystery. But you can find success if you follow the right job interview strategies. The following 10 tips are the best job interview strategies to follow if you want to ace your next interview. 1. Study the company One of the best job interview strategies that most candidates ignore is to study the current events of the company. 2. As a candidate, you should be very familiar with your resume. Related: What You Ought to Know About Resume Writing 3. Many candidates don’t properly prepare for a job interview. 4. After landing an interview, you need to study the job description to truly understand what the interviewer is looking for. 5. You know the saying, “There’s never a second chance to make a first impression?” 6. Making positive eye contact is one of the best job interview strategies to follow. Thus, it is very important that you make eye contact when you first meet interviewer and shake hands. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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