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  • 1. Interviewing
    ImranSiddiq
    2008-cpe-11
    1
    3/2/2010
  • 2. Most Asked Interview Question
    “Tell me about yourself.”
    This is one of the first questions an employer typically may ask!
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  • 3. Beware of open-ended questions!
    Speak from your résumé and work experiences- not your personal life history.
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  • 4. Skills
    • Know what you can do
    Self-assessment, knowledge, abilities, past experience
    • Transferable skills
    Managerial, organizational, analytical
    • Special skills
    Bilingual, computer literacy
    • Interpersonal Strengths
    Know how these relate to jobs
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  • 5. Experience
    • Relevant experience Summer jobs in your area of study
    • 6. Internship
    • 7. Part-time work
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  • 8. 1.
    2.
    Employers
    Know potential employers
    Take the time to find out interviewers’ names and titles
    This shows you are really interested and have done your homework
    RESEARCH THE COMPANY
    Expectations
    Training and Development
    Organizational Chart
    Annual Reports
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  • 9. Occupation
    • What type of career are you seeking?
    • 10. Job Title or Position?
    • 11. What’s expected within the job?
    • 12. Job description?
    • 13. Must be willing to meet responsibilities.
    • 14. Able and willing to handle multiple priorities.
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  • 15. 8
    Parts of an Interview
    • Greetings and small talk
    • 16. Interviewer gives details of the position and the organization
    • 17. Interviewer ask you questions
    • 18. You ask the employer questions
    • 19. Closing-what are the next steps?
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  • 20. 9
    Something Else to Consider…
    • Appearance
    • 21. Skirted suit or pantsuit (females)
    • 22. Suit or dress pants and blazer (males) Dark color
    • 23. Limited jewelry and accessories
    • 24. Minimal or no perfume/aftershave/cologne
    • 25. Shoes should be closed toe and heel (clean and polished)
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  • 26. 10
    Appearance
    • First impressions are lasting impressions
    • 27. Consider the industry
    • 28. Dress for the position you want
    • 29. Appearance also involves :
    Attitude
    Image
    Verbal and Non-verbal Communication
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  • 30. 11
    AttitudeRated 40%
    Enthusiasm
    Energy
    Amiability
    Smile
    Optimism
    Confidence
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  • 31. 12
    ImageRated 25%
    Dress
    - Better to be overdressed than underdressed
    Grooming/Hygiene
    - Nails, hands and hair should be
    clean and look professional (not
    fashionable)
    - Men should be clean shaven (facial hair is
    not recommended)
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  • 32. Verbal and Non-verbal Communication Rated 25%
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    Positive
    Professional
    Body language
    Eye contact
    Posture
    Facial expressions
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  • 33. 14
    Job QualificationsRated 10%
    Prove by Example:
    Give examples of how your skills, experience, interests and abilities make you qualified for the position.
    3/2/2010
  • 34. 15
    Any Questions?
    THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME!
    3/2/2010