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Job hunters often think of phone interviews as obstacles to be overcome rather than valuable opportunities to gain credibility. However, if you anticipate and meet the needs of your human resources interviewer, you will transform that person into your advocate within the company. Through this overview discussion, your interviewer will develop a profile of you, along with general impressions. By the way you speak, skilled interviewers will draw conclusions about your ability to think on your feet and communicate effectively, as well as your personality, your attitude, and how you might fit into the company's culture. In my latest article which appears in U.S. News & World Report, I offer four essential objectives which will help you jump over this hurdle like an Olympian. READ THE FULL ARTICLE ► Phone interview image from Stock.xchng
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