Best answers to the two hundred and one most frequently asked interview questions

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McGraw-Hill, 1997 - Business & Economics - 182 pages
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MORE answers to MORE questions than any other interviewing guide.Sell yourself with style and win the interview game!The most crucial part of your job search is knowing how to respond to the toughest interview questions ¨ because the best candidate doesn't necessarily get the job....the best interviewee does! In Best Answers to the 201 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questions, career expert Matthew J. DeLuca reveals the secret agenda behind every kind of question interviewers ask, and prepares you to answer them all. Never again be at loss for words when an interviewer hits you with an icebreaker...thought provoker...curve ball...stress tester...and even an illegal question that shouldnĂt be asked but needs an answer.

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User Review  - Elaine - Goodreads

There are good answers and not so good answers to interview questions. Here is advice on how to answer honestly yet favorably. This book is in Birdsong 207. Read full review

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This book was referred to me by a friend who worked in HR. It really helped me prepare for the types of interview questions I might get asked. Since it had been 12 years since my last interview, it gave me more confidence going into my interviews. Read full review

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Matthew J. DeLuca is president of Management Resource Group, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in professional placement, training, and outplacement. He is also director of Human Resources for Titan Sports, Inc. He has written several books for job seekers, and he conducts frequent workshops on careers for several universities.

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