You can use this job recruitment interview tips page in a number of ways.
When you're applying for a job it's important to do your research and that can mean investigation into the company that you are applying to work for, it can mean trying to understand what qualities are required to do the job and it can also be about preparing yourself in the best possible way to deliver a quality interview.
If you've done your homework you will no doubt have top notch CV or resume already prepared and no doubt that will get you your first interview but after that it's up to you.
So now you can do an extra bit of homework by checking out some of the links below that will give you an insight into the sorts of questions that an interviewer might ask. You never know this might be just the competitive edge you need to stand out from the crowd.
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