job interview

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Noun1.job interview - an interview to determine whether an applicant is suitable for a position of employmentjob interview - an interview to determine whether an applicant is suitable for a position of employment
interview - the questioning of a person (or a conversation in which information is elicited); often conducted by journalists; "my interviews with teenagers revealed a weakening of religious bonds"
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1, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- ChooseATL, a regional marketing campaign focused on talent attraction and retention, recently announced its newest initiative -- The Ultimate Job Interview Contest.
As an example, she noted a recent survey that found that 8 percent of recent grads had a parent accompany them to a job interview and 3 percent actually had their parents join the interview (italics added by your humble editor .
twitter: @lee_ryder JOHN CARVER admits he is currently taking part in a live job interview when it comes to his hopes of getting the Newcastle United job on a full-time basis.
The 33-year-old Nigerian allegedly tricked the Ugandan victim into meeting him for what he reportedly claimed was a job interview but ended up having sex with her against her will.
Anglia Ruskin research shows homosexuals are 40 per cent less likely to get job interview
Forty-three percent of chief financial officers polled said the job interview is where candidates make the most mistakes, up 11 percentage points from a similar 2010 Accountemps survey.
Melbourne, April 15 ( ANI ): Most candidates are nervous before a job interview, but they need to be very careful that they don't make major mistakes due to stress.
So the next time you're worried about a job interview, an important presentation or a tough negotiation, take a few minutes before and strike a power pose.
Katharine Hansen offers an innovative approach -- the TARZO Job Interview Sales Process for Job-Seekers -- to help job-seekers sell themselves in the interview.
A job interview is a tough thing to master, but so vital for the future.
A MAN threatened to assault his child's headteacher after she called him out of a job interview to pick the youngster up from school.
Job interviews are frequently used by employers as an integral part of their selection and recruitment processes, yet the job interview is one of the biggest causes of angst amongst students.