Interview: How to Prepare for An Interview
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Interview: How to Prepare for An Interview

A teaching resource provided by Peter Koech.

Resource Description

This article on how to prepare for an interview covers (i) tips for attending an interview (ii) what employers look for during the interview (iii) questions that are likely to be asked during the interview (iv) how to answer difficult questions during interview (v) how to handle difficult situations and challenging experience questions (v) handling the most challenging situations in your previous job (vi) handling salary questions (vii) handling strengths and weaknesses questions.

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Interview- How to Prepare for An Interview.docx
Microsoft Word 35KB

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