If you're looking for work, you know how competitive the job market is. It's common to have hundreds of applicants for a single position. Our communications coach, Marcia Brandwynne, says there are three important things you must say in an interview to increase your chances of getting the job.
"Job interviews have always been played for laughs on TV sitcoms. But in real life, job interviews are no joke. Especially if you really need the job," she says. "You only have a few minutes to impress an interviewer. But what you say in those few minutes can really make the difference between getting the job and continued unemployment."
Here are Marcia's tips for nailing your interview:
If you do these things, you're putting yourself in the best position to get the job.
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