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Gina Copeland
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Best advice? Be aware of your voice tone. Smile a lot when appropriate. Don't be afraid to appropriately joke with your future employer. Keep eye contact when talking to them. Use a firm, confident handshake at the beginning and end of the interview. Play up your strengths, not your weaknesses.

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Ford Simpson
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Jack of all trades,.master of none

Remember that they are interested in hiring you,show them why they made the right choice to make you part of their business.They expect you to be somewhat nervous,just be yourself,thats the person they want.Good luck and prepare like Jobcase team advised.Ford

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Merlyn Townley
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Also, it helps to ask lots of questions. HR is there to tell you about the job. Also understand that they are in an interview as well. You are interviewing them to see if you want to work there. It's a two-way street. And instead of asking what it pays, ask what the compensation is. Is. Because there is more to compensation than just money.

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Alberto Dandalaero
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Big gulp of Whisky! You should be alright.

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Angie Ritchie
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Be on time, be yourself and ask questions. Just relax and pretend that you're talking to and old friend about something you're very passionate about. You'll do fine. You got this. 👍 🙂

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YENUGULA GAYATHRI
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ok

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Belinda Carrasco
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RuN

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Lesley Stigall
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A face and Eyes of a person shows Everything Trust! Me.

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Lesley Stigall
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Boss up!

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Merlyn Townley
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What Parmala just said is spot on. Don't feel bad if you don't get the job. Just move on to the next one. Jobs are like buses. There's always one around the corner.

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