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A questioning attitude gives you the edge,
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This review is from: 201 Best Questions To Ask On Your Interview (Paperback)
It's less about the answers than the questions. That's what hooked me. This book gives job candidates the edge on the most overlooked but critical part of the job interview-the part where the interviewer sits back and says, "Now, do you have any questions for me?"
I used to go blank with that challenge. This book offers me a way to think about these questions in advance. "To really shine in your job interview, the questions you ask must be at least as memorable as the answers you give," Kador says and I believe him. Today, it's the questions you ask that set you apart.
Kador, the author of The Manager's Book of Questions: 751 Great Interview Questions for Hiring the Best Person, believes that the job interview of today is far tougher than it was only a year ago. I think that's true. Remember when the job interview was an opportunity for candidates to present their demands and screen the best offers? Today it's no longer enough to be qualified. If you want to stand out, you have to make your questions demonstrate that you are a superstar, a world-class candidate who will add significant value to the job from Day One. I think that's the way to go.