Getting a job is like parking. You have to be in the right place at the right time. In How to Interview Like a Pro, author Mary Greenwood provides strategies and practical tips about how to prepare for job hunting, how to interview, and how to seal the deal. Greenwood, a longtime human resources director, provides insight into how get ready for an interview, how to answer those difficult questions, and how to negotiate salary. Her guide can also help you understand the laws of interviewing and the questions an employer cannot legally ask. How to Interview Like a Pro offers forty-three essential rules to give you the edge. Learn how to ac recognize that looking for a job is a full-time job; ac create a great cover letter for your resume; ac prepare and deliver a quality elevator speech that is essential for success; ac be nosy about the interview processait can work in your favor; ac wear the right outfit, use the right handshake, and project the right demeanor; and ac ask good questions at the interview. A blend of reference materials, case studies, state and federal resources, and checklists, How to Interview Like a Pro can give you the edge to get the job you want.Although I always prepare a cover letter with my rAcsumAc (see rule number 7 below), I assume that the cover letter may somehow get separated from the rAcsumAc. Therefore, I try to make sure that the rAcsumAc can stand alone. I usually put myanbsp;...
|Title||:||How to Interview Like a Pro|
|Author||:||Mary Greenwood, JD, LLM|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2012-07-25|