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INTERVIEWS

AFTER THE INTERVIEW

Evaluate The Interview

Consider where you did well and with which questions you had difficulty. Practice those areas in which you need improvement.

Send A Thank You Letter

Be sure to use the correct name and title of the person who interviewed you. Emphasize your interest in the position. Mention any facts you may have omitted in the interview. Click here for more about thank you letters.

Follow Up

If you do not get a response soon after the date which the interviewer indicated, it is a good idea to telephone and inquire about the position.

Continue Job Search

Job hunting is an ongoing process. Begin working on preparing for your next interview.

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Behavioural Interviews

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Types of Interviews

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Sample Questions

Behavioural Interview Questions    Traditional Interview Questions    Case Interview Questions
Education    Previous Jobs    Company / Job    Questions determining your Competence
Questions on Wages / Salaries    Personal Characteristics    Your Community Involvement

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Questions You Can Ask

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Questions Not to Ask


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5 employer concerns

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Before the interview
    
Commonly asked questions in a traditional interview
    Commonly asked questions in a behavioural interview
    Questions to Ask
    Questions Not to Ask
    References
    Dress for the Interview
    Anxiety

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Researching before your interview

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During the interview

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After the interview
     Thank You Letters

Interviews