Interviews are extremely stressful because you have to get things right since there is never a second chance to create a first impression. – But what if something goes wrong? What can you do about it? Read on to find out how you can deal with seven situations:
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Interviews are stressful to say the least. Your stress levels begin to rise the night before the interview, and you don’t sleep well at all. You keep wondering what you will say, whether you will impress your potential employer and if you will get the job?
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Have you ever done an interview and wished you could rewind the clock and redo it because you made some terrible blunders? I know the feeling.
I once arrived late for an interview. I tried to blame the weather and traffic, but I could see in the eyes of my... Click here to continue.
Telephone interviews are getting more common these days.
A phone interview will give the employer an idea of what kind of person you are.
If you are nervous, you will come across as not being confident, and probably not the right candidate for the job.
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It’s getting harder for fresh new nurses straight out of college to get jobs.
Companies prefer to hire experienced nurses and will only take on new grads who stand out in the interview.
The question you should always expect during the interview is this: “Why should we hire you?”... Click here to continue.
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