Tips for making an interview successful

05/10/2013 | MonsterWorking

Job seekers should not be late or get too personal during an interview, employment expert Joanie Ruge writes in this blog post. Instead, they should actively listen to the interviewer to find opportunities to talk about specific skills that fit the job, coming prepared for questions, and even to ask for the job. "If you want the position, don't be afraid to say so," Ruge writes.

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