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The Complete Idiot's Guide® To The Perfect Job Interview by Marc Dorio

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What Are You About, Anyway?

But let’s assume you’re in, that you’ve scored at least a few minutes of face-to-face contact with someone who has the power to hire you. Congratulations!
Now what?

Offer Something

Make good on the promise that got you the interview. If you have certain insights, experience, skills, or knowledge to share, begin by sharing them. If you are “offering” an opportunity for the employer to help you, follow through and reiterate that. Whatever you do, do not begin by putting out your hand for employment.
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Don’t Call Us …
Beware of renewed resistance if your conversation partner suspects you are just trying to get a ...

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