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"Acing the Interview: How to Ask and Answer the Questions That Will Get You the Job! - Free Book Summary"

Know in ten minutes what takes others hours to learn, and keep up with the latest trends in the industry.

In this summary you will learn:

•What prospective employers will ask you
•What you should answer and ask in return
•How to avoid common job interview mistakes

Why you should read Acing the Interview:
You got fired. How do you handle that during a job interview? Or you only spent a year at each of your last two jobs. How do you convince a prospective employer that you will last? You work for a firm with a great reputation, but you're not happy. What do you say when an interviewer asks why you want to leave such a respected outfit? Job placement and recruitment expert Tony Beshara provides the best answers to these and other job interview questions. Plus, he explains the questions you should ask before you accept a job offer. TV psychologist Dr. Phil McGraw calls Beshara "the number one career placement guy" in the U.S. If you're job hunting, he's the right source for valuable job interview insights and information. Here, he lists more than 450 typical job interview questions and suggested answers. getAbstract recommends his savvy, comprehensive and helpful book. Job seekers and interviewers alike will appreciate it.

About the Author: Tony Beshara owns a placement and recruitment firm in Dallas, Texas. He has been finding jobs for people since 1973.

Offered Free by: getAbstract


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