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7 Interview Questions You Must Get Right Russell Tuckerton

7 Interview Questions You Must Get Right

Russell Tuckerton

Published January 1st 2011
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A Fortune 500 Executive with over 20 years of experience provides insight into the 7 most common interview questions that he consistently sees candidates struggle with, and frequently fail to answer correctly. These questions are oftenMoreA Fortune 500 Executive with over 20 years of experience provides insight into the 7 most common interview questions that he consistently sees candidates struggle with, and frequently fail to answer correctly. These questions are often dis-qualifiers that result in the candidate not being hired - even if they perform well in other aspects of the interview. Real examples of good and bad responses are provided based on real life experiences in some of the largest companies in the U.S., making this book an invaluable reference for all levels of candidates as they approach their next interview.The author provides the question, the often hidden purpose behind the question, and then actual real-world Good and Bad answers, so that the reader can actually see how responses are perceived by hiring managers. Depending on the question, there is also guidance on how to handle tough situations in your past, positioning them correctly so they are not a negative factor in the evaluation of you as a candidate.Many resources available to job seekers consist of hundreds of pages of text, often are written by recruiters and others that dont actually have the final decision on hiring, and quite frankly leave you more confused than enlightened. This guide is straight from the source, as the author has years of experience in both interviewing, making the hire/no-hire decision, and then managing these new hires for years. Furthermore, it is concise, and to the point - the author has specifically focused on what he sees over and over again in terms of challenges and mistakes made.