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How you present and market yourself at interview is crucial in determining whether or not you secure the job you want. The purpose of this guide is to provide you with best practice advice as well as hints and tips on undertaking a successful interview
STEP 1 – PREPARATION Review your CV and the job description Review your CV and ensure you are equipped to answer questions on the details you have supplied. Be ready to use pertinent examples from your career or personal life to demonstrate your skills and competencies.
Also review the job description and the core competencies of the role.
Examine your suitability and prepare specific examples before the interview.
Questions to ask the interviewer Remember that an interview is a two-way process. The interviewer will be trying to de

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TOP 10 MOST COMMON INTERVIEW BLUNDERS January and February are the busiest two months of the year when it comes to people looking for a new job, hoping to start fresh? Study by LifeSkills created by Barclays reveals the most common interview blunders that may come between you and your dream job in 2016. New research reveals the top 10 most common interview faux pas, which include showing off, not asking questions, dressing inappropriately and moaning about a current employer. The age old saying ‘fail to prepare then prepare to fail’ rings true, with 51% of employers citing that lack of research is the biggest blunder candidates make A quarter of unemployed young people feel that they perform badly in interviews, and 64% said they would benefit from job interview trainin

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