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How to Be Prepared for an Interview

Most candidates view the prospect of a job interview with some trepidation but in reality an interview is a discussion between you and the recruiters. A position is vacant, and you are coming together to see whether you are the best person to fill it. Seeing the interview from this perspective relieves some of the tension inherent in the situation and leaves you to get on with the next big stress-buster—preparation.

Preparation is essential. The recruiters won’t leave anything to chance and neither should you. To give yourself the best possible chance of success, you need to develop and follow a specific plan of action designed to get you the results you want. Prepare to:

Make. Work. Better.

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Lorna MacKinnon 

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