Job Interview Help

By: Jimmy Sweeney

Author of the brand new "Job Interview Secret"

Amazing Job Interview Help Tips

If you are looking for a new job, the job interview help you need is all around you. You can find it in the articles about your target employer on the internet, in the minds of your friends who have information about your dream job and in your own background and experiences. In order to access this help, and go into your job interview prepared to succeed, all that you need to do is take action. The first step to success in your job interview is to know what your goal is. Obviously, your goal is to perform successfully enough in the job interview to get the job offer. But how do you know when you’ve reached that level? A realistic goal is to prepare yourself to the point that you understand exactly what the target job does, what kind of candidate the target company desires and have convincing evidence to prove that you are capable of performing the job.

To give yourself all the job interview help that you can give, begin your interview preparation early. First and foremost, spend the time investigating the target company and job to the best of your ability. At the very minimum, learn the requirements of the job, the day to day activities, what kind of results the company believes make a successful employee, and what characteristics the company prefers in a new hire. With this information, you can create a list of the most important elements that the company is looking for during the interview. Since you know what the company is looking for, you should be able to guess with a fair degree of confidence what questions they will ask and what topics they will pursue.

More Job Interview Help

Give yourself more job interview help by turning this knowledge into guidance for your answers. Since you know what questions the interviewer will ask, and what answers the interviewer wants to hear, you only need to find convincing, honest and persuasive ways to give the interviewer what he or she wants. The most convincing way to do this is to be able to back up your statements about yourself with stories and examples which dramatize the activities, personality characteristics, and results which the target company values most.

The final piece of job interview help is to create mini-narratives for any of the actions, characteristics and results questions that you may get in the interview. Use your job history to explain how your work challenges have given you much experience in the things that the company values most. Talk about the situation, the actions that you took and the results that you achieved. For instance, instead of just saying that you have given the extra effort to achieve the desired results at your last job, give the story of exactly how you have done that. The more you can make your narratives match up with the requirements of the target company the more persuasive the answer is. This is where your research really pays off for a second time.

DID YOU KNOW? There's a new "Secret Career Document" you can quickly and easily customize for your next important job interview that literally forces the hiring manager to picture you filling the position. This simple, powerful formula guarantees you'll automatically stand out from the competition and shoot straight to the top of the "must hire" list for any position … any field. This brand new strategy was created by Jimmy Sweeney, one of California's top marketing professionals. To discover Jimmy's breakthrough "secret" go to: Amazing Job Interview Secret