In my new book, Master the Interview, I discuss the importance of recognizing the questions “behind the questions.” If you want results in your job interviews, this is a crucial point.
If you can not only answer the question asked but also address the underlying theme of the question, you set yourself up for job interview success.
Do you know the underlying interview questions? Image Credit: Adobe Images A smart interviewer is not chiefly concerned that you “walk him/her through your resume” or the exact answer to “what are your weaknesses?” or other questions that are commonly asked in the interview process. For many jobs, your interviewer really wants to know the […]
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