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The number of interview questions that can be asked during a job interview is limitless.

Imagine your horror (and resultant poor performance) when their first question is one of those hoary old questions you thought were as dead as a dodo.

In this podcast episode, Catherine covers practical ti
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The number of interview questions that can be asked during a job interview is limitless.

Imagine your horror (and resultant poor performance) when their first question is one of those hoary old questions you thought were as dead as a dodo.

In this podcast episode, Catherine covers practical tips to help you deliver confident, genuine and authentic responses to 7 common interview questions. She offers example answers along the way that will hopefully help you stand out amongst your competitors and win the job!
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work suits you. In today's episode, I'm going to cover some of the very, very common interview questions that you're likely to face and give you my suggestions as to how to answer them. The first one is probably the most common introductory question you will ever face, and I find that I actually use it myself, and it's tell us a little bit about yourself. Now, if you think about it, at least one of the people facing you is your perspective boss, and what I recommend is not to try and impress from a technical point of view. But to use this, it's usually the first question. Use this first question to get them toe like you to get them to relax so they listen to your answer and they just instinctively and probably unconsciously think. Okay, she's nice. This is going to be an enjoyable interview. I could see myself working with her. Whatever you do, do not start with the chronological listing of every job you've had since school or university. It will bore people to tears, and it makes you look like a bit of a plodder. I think it also makes
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