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Mike Corso
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During the interview, seize every opportunity to articulate vital details about your skill set. Employers often offer room for additional insights, so take advantage of this moment to deliver a concise yet impactful summary of how you will excel in the role.

We have talked about this before. Utilise the job description as your compassion highlight your skills. #AWU #disability #interviewtips

If you are a person with a disability please come and join Abled Workers Unite at jobcase.com/groups

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During the interview, seize every opportunity to articulate vital details about your skill set. Employers often offer room for additional insights, so take advantage of this moment to deliver a concise yet impactful summary of how you will excel in the role.

We have talked about this before. Utilise the job description as your compassion highlight your skills. #AWU #disability #interviewtips

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The interview question "What motivates you?" is a common question. It's a straight forward way to ask a candidate what they value, what purposes drive them, and what they find inspiring.

Motivation is that special "something" that makes you inspired to achieve your goals or complete your tasks.

Most hiring managers are looking to see that a job candidate has an inner drive that helps fuel them. In other words that you are not working just for a paycheck because everyone works for that. So what separates you from the other candidates? Your "Inner Drive" is what they want to hear about when asked this question.

Do you know what motivates you? Think about it and let us know in the comments. #AWU #disability #interviewtips

Are you a person with a disability? Come and join Abled Workers Unite at jobcase.com/groups

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"Interview Tip"

The interview question "What motivates you?" is a common question. It's a straight forward way to ask a candidate what they value, what purposes drive them, and what they find inspiring.

Motivation is that special "something" that makes you inspired to achieve your goals or complete your tasks.

Most hiring managers are looking to see that a job candidate has an inner drive that helps fuel them. In other words that you are not working just for a paycheck because everyone works for that. So what separates you from the other candidates? Your "Inner Drive" is what they want to hear about when asked this question.

Do you know what motivates you? Think about it and let us know in the comments. #AWU #disability #interviewtips

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Interviewers want to learn about your critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Additionally, they want to see how and when you take initiative. Being self-sufficient in solving problems and implementing creative solutions is a huge asset in a candidate. Be sure to emphasize this during your interview #AWU #disability #interviewtips Come and join our group Abled Workers Unite at jobcase.com/groups

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Interviewers want to learn about your critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Additionally, they want to see how and when you take initiative. Being self-sufficient in solving problems and implementing creative solutions is a huge asset in a candidate. Be sure to emphasize this during your interview #AWU #disability #interviewtips

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Can you give me an example of a time you had to think on your feet and respond to a situation quickly?

This is where you can highlight your ability to make quick and strategic decisions with confidence.

Think about how you can show the interviewer your decision, the results of your decision, and the impact you made on those around you.

You will want to touch on how you made the decision, what changes you implemented, and how it impacted youe work. #AWU #disability #interviewtips

Come and join our group Abled Workers Unite at jobcase.com/groups

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Can you give me an example of a time you had to think on your feet and respond to a situation quickly?

This is where you can highlight your ability to make quick and strategic decisions with confidence.

Think about how you can show the interviewer your decision, the results of your decision, and the impact you made on those around you.

You will want to touch on how you made the decision, what changes you implemented, and how it impacted youe work. #AWU #disability #interviewtips

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In an interview, whatever question you are asked, instead of focusing on the issue, zero in on how you identified a solution and corrected the problem. You want to show the positive impact you made and how you handled things from there. #AWU #disability #interviewtips Come and join our group Abled Workers Unite at jobcase.com/groups

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In an interview, whatever question you are asked, instead of focusing on the issue, zero in on how you identified a solution and corrected the problem. You want to show the positive impact you made and how you handled things from there. #AWU #disability #interviewtips

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