The Top 100 Interview Questions and Answers Kindle Edition
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Probably nothing "new" per se, this information is all over the internet. But it's presented in a concise form, with real-world instructions on what to do as well.
I landed a new job after reading this - was this the difference? Who knows... :)
I would describe this book as being written in a 'no-nonsense' style which I liked - I don't want to read endless pages of 'fluff'.
The book starts off with the basics (which most people will already be aware of), but goes on to include much more advanced tips, many of which I hadn't previously considered.
I particularly found the 100 sample questions and answers to be of help. Under each question it tells you why the hiring manager is asking that particular question, and what they are looking for in an answer. Beneath that is a sample answer.
I would say this book would be best suited to the 'urban professional'.
Bear in mind, I've wasted hours and hours researching random websites on tips for job interviews but that really led me into a world of random contrary opinions where I can never tell who is the qualified source. It was really kind of frustrating. There is so much information but so few actual qualified people to give it.
This guide seems to be the exception to that. A lot of it, in hindsight, seems like common sense. Why haven't I always done this kind of thing? I guess in the stress of looking for a job, little things get forgotten, but then there were the other things that I wouldn't have thought of before.
The book is very well written, and is packed with tons of useful information. If you follow the tips you'll see a great improvement in your interviewing skills.
I highly recommend this book!