Tip No. 13
Q.What are the most common reasons why applicants are not successful in employment interviews? What are the most common "make or break" interview factors?
A. Strange as it may seem, employers are not looking for the most highly qualified or credentialed candidate. They are looking for the candidate who fits in best. If you arrived at the interview phase, you meet the hiring criteria. The employer will select the candidate who fits in best from the candidates interviewed. Do not feel that you have to sell yourself. That strategy takes you back to your credentials. Candidates who are enthusiastic, sincere and tactful, and who can demonstrate how they fit in, will be most effective.
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