How to Turn an Interview into a Job: Completely Revised and Updated
A completely revised and updated edition of the bestselling, classic how-to on mastering the art of the interview
Getting and winning the interview is the key to being hired. Everything else -- research, resumes, e-mails, phone calls -- is all backup for that crucial meeting. In How to Turn an Interview into a Job, America's leading interview authority, Jeffrey Allen, presents proven advice on the A to Zs of successful interviewing.
Incorporating current etiquette and the new work ethic, Allen covers every step of the process, including:
• Making the initial phone calls
• Scheduling appointments
• Selecting an interview wardrobe
• How to have the toughest interviewer extend an offer
• The follow-up letter
• Maximum salary negotiation
This new edition for the twenty-first century is also packed with ways to maximize current technology such as fax machines, voicemail, e-mail, and the Internet.
For every kind of job seeker, How to Turn an Interview into a Job remains the simplest, most practical, and most streetwise guide to the fastest hire.
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How to Turn an Interview Into a Job: Completely Revised and Updated
Jeffrey G. Allen
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