Interviewing is about discovery. Although there is much you should do in advance of interviewing, much of what you learn about a job occurs during the interviewing process. Although the job description and your resume might appear to mesh nicely, the interview allows both parties to validate the fit. Click here to read full article.
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Simply stated, an interview is a two party interaction during which each side investigates the other to find compatibility. The potential employer evaluates the candidate’s qualifications, potential, interest level and requirements. The candidate in turn determines the organization’s ability to satisfy his or her needs. Click here for full article.
In each issue of MTN, we will be listing everything a service member needs to know about transitioning, from A to Z. This month, we tackle “I” and “J”. “I”: Impress Them Anyone can look good on paper, but what a company wants is someone that truly impresses them! Read full article here.
Knowledge has a significant impact on the success or failure of an interview: knowledge of self, knowledge of the position and knowledge of the company. This issue’s column focuses on the third of the three. The interviewer must know that you care and see that you worked hard to prepare. Simply accepting the invitation to… Read more »