Here's what you're going to discover when you get the "Complete Interview Guide":
- When and how do you follow up on an interview to skyrocket your chances of landing the job?
- What's the best way to turn down a job offer? Do this wrong, and your other job offers could be at risk.
- What should you expect when the job interviewers ask you back for a second job interview? Don't make the costly mistake that most people do!
- What questions should you be asking when you follow up on the interview? If you don't know this you're chances of getting that job plummet.
- The best way to close your job interview so you cast a lasting impression that almost guarantees you the job.
- Stumped? Here's what you say, when you don't know the answer to the interviewer's question.
- Shaky voice. Sweaty palms. Twitches. How do you handle job interview jitters?
- How to write thank you letters that get results.
- How to handle multiple job offers. And how to decide which job out of the bunch to take.
- How to answer behavioral/situational questions?
- How do you convince the interviewers you really want the job?
- Got a telephone interview? Here are right and wrong methods of handling it.
As if that weren't enough to give you the cool, calm skills you need to beat tricky job interviewers at their game, you're getting more ...
- Terminated. Fired. What to do when your job interviewer starts interrogating you about it. -- Don't make the verbal slip that unravels most peoples' job interview performance when this comes up.
- Oh no, the interviewer finds out that your salary was reduced at the last job. Now what do you do? No problem. The "Complete Interview Guide" will virtually guarantee that you get paid what you're worth.
- How to explain gaps in your work history. - Another hot spot job interviewers sniff around. Here's how to skillfully and masterfully answer this unnerving question.
- How to explain career changes you may have had. -- Job interviewers love nailing people on this one.
- Haunted by low grades? No problem, here's what you do ...
- Don't want your present employer contacted by the people interviewing you? Here's what to do in this tricky situation ...