Essay on Story: Employment and Job

Words: 7063
Pages: 29

JOB INTERVIEWS
A job interview is a process in which a potential employee is evaluated by an employer for prospective employment in their company, organization, or firm. During this process, the employer hopes to determine whether or not the applicant is suitable for the role.

TYPES OF JOB INTERVIEWS
1. Traditional one on one job interview
2. Panel Job Interview
3. Behavioural Job Interview
4. Group Job Interview
5. Phone Job Interview
6. Lunch Job Interview

1. Traditional one on one job interview

This is the traditional one on one interview is where you’re interviewed by a company representative, most likely the manager of the position you are applying for. If you get the job you will be working with this person directly.
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— that you’re work-oriented. * Do you focus on your hobbies? The interviewer may decide that you’re more interested in your leisure hours, working only because you don’t want to starve to death. * Do you focus on your present job? The employer may think that you’re still attached to your current haunts and not ready to move on.
Or that you’ll cynically use a job offer merely to leverage a counteroffer from your boss.

Write Your Marketing Pitch

Your marketing pitch is your personal commercial. Think for a few seconds about what a commercial does. It focuses on selling a product in a blink of time. It grabs your attention fast with information of interest to you. Then it tells why you should buy the product. Your personal commercial works exactly the same way by enabling you to:

* Grab employers’ interest with a confident statement about yourself and your value related to the job you want. * Support that statement with specific facts. * Sell employers on why they should hire you instead of someone else.

Depending on your experience level and the job you’re trying to land, your personal commercial can include any (or all) of the following information:

* Competencies, skills, and experience for the job * Academic degree * Positions of leadership * Specific job training * Date of expected graduation (if applicable) * Honors or achievements * General goals

Sample Personal Commercials

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