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JOB LEAKAGE SECRETS - FIRST COME FIRST SERVE
« on: January 28, 2010, 04:05:11 PM »
However the global economy is still recovering from its blow of the economic downturn and still showing sign of breaking down those s......les however back in nigeria no doubt the impact is being felt across the nation and with over 7,000 workers who lost their jobs as the result of the econmoic downturn and of course you know the figures of the jobs lost is more than that with a population of over 144 million nigerians .

However most problems have variuos means of solving our porblem but we nigerians make things diffcullt for our selves reading motivtional  foriegn books,magazines e. t. c and even applied harvard and cambridge techniques to solve our problems and these laws we applied turn effortless and of course this is nigeria we have our own way of solving our own problem and e. g most of these so called books sys for you to be successful save 10% of your earned captal to be fincially free out there it works but in here sorry for you you need to invest or save 80% of your capital  for you to be free.

However before a job interview, it is important to prepare for it.  I know it sounds obvious but you have no idea how many job applicants do not do any homework in regards to the company they are applying for.  Here are 7 job interview tips that you should take into consideration when you are applying for your next job.

1.  Know Yourself

It is important that you know your strengths and weakness as your potential employer will likely ask you this question.  Also your current skill sets and character traits and think about how you can add value to the company.

2.  Know the company

You should find out as much information you can about the company you are applying.  Interviewers like job applicants who take an initative to find out more about their company.  You can research online, check company brochures or do some research at the local library for more information.

3.  Your Job History

Prepare your work experience ahead of time and in details.  All your education references as well as letters of references and samples of your work should be arranged before you attend the job interviewer.  This step is important as most employers will probably ask you about their previous job experiences anyway.

4.  Know The Questions

There are certain questions employers will most likely ask such as ?Introduce yourself?, your job experiences and why did you left your previous company.  It is best to prepare these questions mentally ahead of time so you do not ?choke? on the spot when you are being questioned.

5.  Punctuality

Make sure you arrive at least 10 minutes before the job interview.  Give yourself some allowances for traffic delays and unexpected circumstances.  Being punctual gives a good impression and can help ?calm your nerves?.

6.  Your Attire

Your attire should also be appropriate for the position you are applying.  If you are not sure, you can always call and ask.

7.  Body Language

When you are being interviewed, your body language can tell a lot about you.  Be firm and sit upright and be confident.  Lastly, wear a simile on your face.

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JOB LEAKAGE SECRETS - FIRST COME FIRST SERVE
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