Job Interviews for Dummies

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IDG Books Worldwide, Jan 1, 1996 - Applications for positions - 242 pages
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This book starts with the basics of what an interview should contain and then digs into how to research the organization, rehearse your presentation, how to dress to impress and how to anticipate and correctly answer the questions that might be asked in an interview. Cartoons.

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Practical and a great prep for young starters and the less youthful! Read full review

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I actually read the 4th edition of this book. It was a lot better than some of the job interview books I have read recently. The tips were memorable and easy to remember when I was actually interviewing. Read full review


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Joyce Lain Kennedy is America's first nationally syndicated careers columnist. Her two-times-weekly column, CAREERS NOW, appears in newspapers and on Web sites across the land. In her four decades of advising readers -- newbies, prime-timers, and those in-between -- Joyce has received millions of letters inquiring about career moves and job search and has answered countless numbers of them in print.
Joyce is the author of seven career books, including "Joyce Lain Kennedy's Career Book" (McGraw-Hill), "Electronic Job Search Revolution," "Electronic Resume Revolution," and "Hook Up, Get Hired! The Internet Job Search Revolution" (the last three published by Wiley). "Job Interviews For Dummies" is one of a trio of job market books published under Wiley's wildly popular "For Dummies" branded imprint. The others are "Resumes For Dummies" and "Cover Letters For Dummies.
"Writing from Carlsbad, California, a San Diego suburb, the country's bestknown careers columnist is a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis. Contact Joyce at

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