In the current climate, just getting a job interview can be a difficult task. Official government figures indicate that the unemployment rate is dropping, but that doesn’t include people who are underemployed — and it doesn’t include those whose benefits have run out. Some argue that the “real” unemployment rate is much higher than the official 8.9% figure seen in February.
When you consider how many people might be competing for the same position, it becomes extra important to nail that interview. You will need to show that you are a problem solver, and that you are prepared to come in and work hard for the company. How you do this in the interview can mean the difference between getting hired and looking for yet another company to interview with.
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