Interviewing Techniques. Interviewing is a mutual exchange of information. Open communication between the employer and job candidate facilitates the effectiveness and productiveness of the interview. Your main
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Interviewing is a mutual exchange of information. Open communication between the employer
and job candidate facilitates the effectiveness and productiveness of the interview. Your main
objective is to communicate information about your skills and qualifications clearly and
accurately. You need to relate this information to the requirements of the job for which you are
interviewing. It is important that you seek additional information about the position and
employer. This process will benefit you in deciding whether the position is an appropriate fit.
The interviewer’s main objective is to assess how closely your qualifications match the
requirements of the position and company.
Successful interviews require preparation. Since employers are able to sense how prepared a candidate is, it is crucial that you commit sufficient time and energy to this process so you are able to articulate your best qualifications. Here are some suggestions: