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Stories of people who have spent as many as 10 years looking for their dream jobs, with no success, can be heartbreaking.
Have you secured a job yet? Stories dealing with unemployment always leave us wondering why certain people don't get hired despite graduating from the best schools with the best grades. However, securing a good job is often not all about having the highest GPA; what really matters is being able to show the value in those grades during job interviews. Successfully doing so will definitely see you get hired.
Potential job performance is gauged right from the moment you step into the interview, so to get hired, you must take into account simple, but effective, interview strategies that will make you the most outstanding candidate. There are thousands of jobs available out there and millions of people competing for them, so employers cannot afford to simply hire anyone who applies for a job opening. They will always go the extra mile to discover the true capabilities of a potential recruit. This is where the job interview comes in. This audiobook will help you to properly prepare for the job hunt in the following ways:
- It will make you an outstanding candidate during your next job interview
- It will equip you with the right skills needed to crush a job interview
- It will help you prepare adequately for your next job interview
- It will help you get rid of doubts on whether you will ever get a job
- It will help you write an invaluable resume whenever you apply for a job
Ce que les auditeurs disent de 10 Easy Strategies Used to Crush a Job Interview and Annihilate Your Competitors
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Content okay, sound is not really
Content is okay, only a bit repetitious.
Bad recording: sound is mostly muffled, while sh sounds are painfully harsh. There is no good volume setting for this book.
Massive overuse of the title in the text. It's more irritating than reassuring. (Although it builds patience. Maybe patience will make you crush your job interview and annihilate your competitors...)
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