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101 Smart Questions to Ask on Your Interview
     

101 Smart Questions to Ask on Your Interview

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by Ron Fry, Ronald W. Fry
 

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From what to ask, when to ask it, and the kind of answers to expect, 101 Smart Questions to Ask on Your Interview gives every candidate, from first-timers to seasoned pros, the practical information and advice they need to ace the entire interview…and get their dream job.

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From what to ask, when to ask it, and the kind of answers to expect, 101 Smart Questions to Ask on Your Interview gives every candidate, from first-timers to seasoned pros, the practical information and advice they need to ace the entire interview…and get their dream job.

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ISBN-13:
9781564146694
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
04/16/2003
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
5.14(w) x 8.34(h) x 0.28(d)

Meet the Author

Ron Fry is a nationally known proponent for the improvement of public education and an advocate for parents and students playing an active role in strengthening personal education programs. In addition to being the author of the best selling How to Study series, which has sold over two million copies to date, Fry has written more than 30 different books with the intention of providing resources to assist in education reform to realize his ultimate goal of achieving optimum student success.

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101 Smart Questions to Ask on Your Interview 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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Career development expert Ron Fry focuses on how to prepare for a job interview and how to conduct yourself during the interview. While he covers some of the same ground he¿s covered in some of his other books and as well as the territory in other career books, such as What Color Is Your Parachute, Fry focuses helpfully on a critical job-finding skill ¿ asking the right questions during your job interview. He tells you how to respond when the interviewer asks you, ¿Do you have any questions?¿, because your response indicates your level of interest in the job. Besides listing questions to ask or to modify to meet your own circumstances, Fry provides helpful preparatory questions you should ask yourself to clarify what kind of job you really want. We recommend this book to job seekers at the middle or lower management level. By the time you get to the executive suite, you¿ll know what else to ask.