The Reverend Luis Cortés Jr. is the president and CEO of Esperanza USA, the largest Hispanic faith-based community-development corporation in the country. In January 2005, he was featured as one of Time magazine's "25 Most Influential Evangelicals."
In today's job market, there are thousands of qualified candidates battling it out for a few jobs. Beat out the competition and learn how to give the best interview with Best Answers to the 201 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questions—the essential job-seeking weapon you need to answer the thought-provoking or unexpected questions that potential employers use to weed out candidates.
Career experts, Matthew and Nanette DeLuca, coach you through every possible question you'll encounter, along with the secret motivation behind them—including those you may not want to be asked but must answer.
In this updated edition, you'll learn how to:Gracefully address a lost job Tactfully discuss salary requirements Take control of the interview
With Best Answers to the 201 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questions, you'll never be at a loss for words on any interview.
Matt DeLuca, SPHR (New York, NY) is a Senior Consultant with the Management Resource Group, Inc. Matt is also the author/coauthor of 24 Hours to the Perfect Interview, Get a Job in 30 Days or Less, and Perfect Phrases for Negotiating Salary and Job Offers.
Nanette DeLuca (New York, NY) is a Principal with the Management Resource Group, Inc., and coauthor of 24 Hours to the Perfect Interview, Get a Job in 30 Days or Less, and Perfect Phrases for Negotiating Salary and Job Offers.
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* Anyone looking for a job
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* You will be fully prepared to give an outstanding interview
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* In your own time, at your own pace
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* Access to free online videos and printable resources
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By working through a simple series of steps and exercises, you can help yourself to be clearer about what you want, what your options are, and how to move forward. Exercises in each chapter will help you build a collection of information and reflect on what you are learning about yourself and the process of career planning as you go along.
Planning Your Career In A Week looks at one step in this process of career planning on each day of the week:
Sunday: What do you want from work?
Monday: What kind of job would you enjoy?
Tuesday: What are you good at?
Wednesday: Identifying your career options
Thursday: Collecting information
Friday: Making the choice
Saturday: Taking the first steps