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Leading Aircraftsman

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I want to share with those who are looking for a job. Many applicants do not understand why the interview was not successful for them.  I want to give you some recommendations that you can't talk about and what you can't do at the interview.

 

Talking bad about previous work

Remember a simple axiom: about the past work, the former boss and colleagues say either good or nothing. If you say that the work was boring and unloved, the interviewer may assume that this vacancy will eventually become boring and unloved for you.

 

The first to ask a question about money

Try to defer the issue of wages until the potential employer speaks about it. Otherwise, he may think that you are not interested in anything but paychecks.

 

Requesting a reprieve before starting work

Try to settle all your affairs before employment and be ready to start work at a convenient time for the employer. It is advisable not to ask for even a short vacation or time off at the beginning of your career.

 

Talk about your problems

Don't say that you really need a job, that you are in need, etc.



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Leading Aircraftsman

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I have a job interview for a full time job on Monday.. I was only looking for part-time but its a great opportunity.

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Leading Aircraftsman

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Got my second job interview lined up American Express. I need to research American Express interview questions https://mrsimon.ai/interview-questions/american-express/ to take this chance.



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In interviews, there is often a question to tell about your merits. If you think that you are just doing a good job, and do not know anything special in your profession, then before the interview, be sure to analyze the history of your achievements and what competences, qualities and character traits you did it.
But don't praise yourself.

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