Nail That Job Interview

Rajkumar, Roshini
April 2012
PN;Apr2012, Vol. 66 Issue 4, p28
Trade Publication
The article focuses on how to present oneself during an interview. It states that knowing oneself, being genuine, and thinking less before going in an interview is a must. It mentions the two questions "do I know who I am" and "do I know what I know" which served as a guideline to perform best in an interview. Moreover, a positive impression with a thank you note after an interview is necessary.


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