Job Interviews For Dummies, 4th Edition
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In the newly published fourth edition of Job Interviews For Dummies® (Wiley / 978-1-1181-1290-8 / December 2011 ), author Joyce Lain Kennedy walks job seekers through the emerging landscape of data feeds and streaming video to a contemporary close-up of the all-important job interview. The book is a perfect guide for:
— Managers and rank-and-file employees
— Job seekers in small, mid-sized or giant companies
— Rookies, seasoned pros, and career changers.
Although cosmic shifts have occurred in how job seekers find and participate in interviews in a digital age, what hasn’t changed is an interview’s function as the centerpiece of the search. That’s where the decision is made about who gets the job and who doesn’t.
Already a best-selling classic — and twice the national winner of the year’s best career book award (a rare honor bestowed by the Independent Book Publishers Association), Job Interviews For Dummies, 4th Edition will continue to help hundreds of thousands of interviewing job seekers get the offer. Here’s a glimpse of fresh information found in 10 all-new or dramatically updated chapters.
New! Chapter 2: Reveals how to survive automated screening phone and video calls, which are filters that usually don‘t allow “do over’s” to repair flubs.
New! Chapter 3: Explains essentials to succeed in video interviews, including body language and lighting.
Updated Chapter16: Details the right responses when faced with a charge of legitimate, but questionable multiple identities.
New! Chapter 24: Suggests savvy answers to 10 tricky questions that, if answered incorrectly, can send you walking away without a job.
New! A generous appendix of job interview questions for 13 career fields and industries.
The new realities of the job market require new responses. Job Interviews For Dummies, 4th Edition advises job seekers how to interview in a world grown increasingly complex, interconnected and competitive. And although it continues to be an authoritative guide, the book manages to cracks a smile now and then by using wit and wisdom to spotlight an informative dimension in job interviewing.