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Having an awesome resume will land you an interview but it is your performance at the interview that will determine whether you get the job or not. Here are 10 bloopers you need to avoid during an interview.. 1) Lying - “Mark Twain said: "If you tell the truth, you never have to remember anything.” 2) Speaking negative about previous employer/ college/ project mates etc.  3) Not having researched about the job position or company. 4) Dressing inappropriately  5)...
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The first step to land an interview is having a great resume and it just doesn't stop there. The interview is your opportunity to impress the employer and one must make complete use of it. Research says that candidates who ask questions during the interview (or towards the end ) have better chances of being hired. Genuine questions. Asking questions enables conversations and portrays that you are very excited about working with the company where you are interviewing . Here are a few...
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These are few questions asked in an  HR interview! The answers are really stunning and inspiring. Thinking out of the box! Some of you guys must have already it but we felt its worth sharing..   Question 1: You are driving along in your car on a wild, stormy night, it’s raining heavily, when suddenly you pass by a bus stop, and you see three people waiting for a bus: * An old lady who looks as if she is about to die.* An old friend who once saved your life.* The perfect...
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The 15-20 minutes with an HR don't completely decide whether you nailed the interview or not. Preparing our self for those fifteen to twenty minutes may seem like a difficult task. But frankly, it is not. We just need to sum up all our learning from our past fifteen years of education in the given fifteen minutes.  Honesty, confidence, good manners and perfect body language are the traits which are appealing for an HR. Inculcating them can certainly make sure that we are close to our...
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"Tell me about yourself" is one of the most common and traditional question posted during a job interview. Generally the interviewer asks this question to get an insight about  you and your personality.You have to be careful while answering this question as your answer to this question sets the pace of your interview. Most of the questions that follow will depend on how and what you answer. There is no specific answer to this question and it is just a way for the interviewer to put the...
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