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Resource Guide for Careers, Job Search and Resumes
Boost Your Interview IQ by Carole MartinJob interviews are oral exams-and the candidate with all the right answers gets the job. Boost Your Interview IQ contains skill-building exercises, an in-depth "Interview IQ" test, and other resources to let you craft answers to potential questions interviewers ask. This book contains tips on how to present your experiences in a compelling narrative that showcases your skills, knowledge, and personality-and ways to answer tricky "behavioral" questions. Plus you'll get interview strategies custom tailored to the needs of management/executive-level candidates, new graduates, career changers, and people reentering the market.
Cracking the Coding Interview by Gayle Laakmann McDowell
Call Number: QA76.6 Mcd 2015
Publication Date: 2015
Programming Interviews Exposed by Eric Giguère; John Mongan; Noah Suojanen; Noah KindlerThis guide to programming interviews includes code examples, information on the latest languages, new chapters on sorting and design patterns, tips on using LinkedIn to help prepare applicants for the interview.This book covers what software companies and IT departments want their programmers to know and includes plenty of helpful hints to boost your confidence. Looks at current job search and hiring processes, such as the rise of LinkedIn and other social networks as recruiting resources Addresses the most important languages for a programmer to know and features examples in multiple languages Includes new programming questions designed to sharpen your knowledge.
Call Number: HF5549.5.I6 Mon 2013
Publication Date: 2012-11-13
Ultimate Interview by Lynn WilliamsUltimate Interview organises common interview questions according to specific job types, such as management, sales and marketing, administrative and clerical. Each section looks at the thinking behind the questions, and suggests an effective method of answering by utilising your experience and skill set, and demonstrating your ambitions. This new edition also focuses on how to transfer the crucial softer skills associated with successful interviews such as how to convey your alignment to your future employer's values or demonstrate that you are the most willing rather than just capable candidate. With additional advice on researching the background to a vacancy, and how skills and characteristics can be assessed and developed.
Call Number: HF5549.5.I6 Wil 2015
Publication Date: 2015-07-28
What to Say in Every Job Interview by Carole MartinThis book shows you how to focus on the factors of the job, rather than answering questions "correctly." It shows you where to find the critical factor interviewers seek with each question and how to present yourself in the best possible way on the spot and under pressure.