101 Great Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions

  • by Ron Fry
  • Narrated by Ron Fry
  • 3 hrs and 0 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

You look good. Your resume is impressive. You fit the job description perfectly. But that's not enough to get the job you want. You need 101 Great Answers before you walk through the door. Listen up to learn what you're up against - and why you can't just "wing it"; the all-time toughest interview questions - and how to respond to each one; what the interviewer is trying to get at with each question; interviewing techniques to watch for - and what to do; how to master your natural fear and anxiety; why there are no "innocent questions"; and how to feel more prepared, more confident, and far more likely to get the job.

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What the Critics Say

"Ron Fry's guide to interviewing can go a long way toward helping you analyze your interviewing skills...in a time when interviews are tougher than ever." (Joyce Laine Kennedy, syndicated columnist)

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Customer Reviews

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Happy to have pruchased this book

I had to apply for my own job in the company I work for and they also added another job in the profile that was done by my work colleague. This book was very helpful and also made me laugh at the tricks I could employ during the interview. The one piece of advice that I got and used was worth every penny I spent on the book is the question ?Tell me something about yourself that I don?t see in your CV?. The trick about asking a question at the end of the introduction worked a treat and gave me time to take that first drink of water while taking a deep breath and getting a ready for the next question. I changed some of the wording to suit my situation but I could see from the outset that they were impressed with my opening and set the tone for the rest of the interview.
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- Derek

Too American!

I am sure there are probably lots of useful tips in this book, but I can't make my way beyond the broad American accent, the cliches and the disingenuous language. Not for me!
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- Alison St Pierre

Book Details

  • Release Date: 21-11-2000
  • Publisher: HighBridge, a division of Recorded Books