Job interview contrast
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02 Nov 2006 15:30 PST
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Question ID: 779559
Two candidates attend a selection interview for a job. One shows confidence and is well prepared: the other is uncertain and nervous. How would the two candidates communicate these contrasting impressions?
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Re: Job interview contrast
From: probonopublico-ga on 02 Nov 2006 21:53 PST
The confident candidate will take over the job interview, by showing that he knows far more about the company than the interviewer and by posing lots of challenging questions. The nervous candidate will try to hide, possibly under the interviewer's desk and he will have to be coaxed into making any sort of response. Of course, neither of them will get offered the job.
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