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If you performed well during your first interview for a social worker job, then you may very likely be called back in for a second round of interviews. It’s not uncommon for many employers to conduct more than one round of interviews before making a final selection. Many times this is because it is between similarly skilled and qualified candidates for sales jobs, media jobs, engineer jobs and other professional positions, including social worker jobs. Interviewing at all for any position is a bit nerve racking. But getting to the second round of interviews is even more so for many people. After all, it usually means it’s down to you and one or maybe two other candidates. It’s important you don’t let your nerves get the best of you though. Keep in mind there are things you can do to improve your chances of getting that job.

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