Summary of More Best Answers To the 201 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questions

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It’s not the best candidate that gets the job — it’s the best interviewee.


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This comprehensive, smart book gives you the basics on how to get a job interview, perform well at the interview, end the interview and even negotiate the terms of your benefits if you’re hired. The authors raise and provide answers to several hundred questions - some of them painfully obvious, but some of them pretty tough, like "Why do you have that felony conviction?" getAbstract has the 202nd question: If you’re applying for a job, why haven’t you already read this?

In this summary, you will learn

  • Techniques and strategies that will help you succeed in job interviews
  • What companies are looking for when interviewing for a new hire


Reality Check
A resume will only get you in the door; it won’t get you the job. In fact, despite computerization, faxes, on-site job postings and e-mail, the job interview still determines whether or not you actually are hired. Technology still hasn’t replaced the interview as a serious...
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About the Authors

Matthew J. DeLuca and Nanette F. DeLuca are principals and founders of Management Resource Group Inc., a human resource recruiting and consulting firm. Recent clients include Lifetime TV, and Uproar Inc. They have co-authored several books about job hunting.

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    Harshad Sonar 4 years ago
    This low rating is not for the book but the summary. Best answers to 201 questions and yet there is not a single question stated in the summary.

    There are some books that can't be summarized well enough ... this being one. In 5 pages you can't list 201 questions (forget about answers) but at least the summary should have listed some to give the reader an idea of he or she should go for the full book.

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