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Having a job interview and a good resume has a lot to do with making money. If you can perform well, you can be making a full time salary. I am going to explain the outlines of the interview, the types of questions and even the specific type of questions involved in an interview. We will also go through some tips for a resume and cover letter as well. These tips are so in-depth that not only will a person going to an interview will be completely prepared, but also the employer as well.

The steps on how to get a job

There are 6 main steps in the process of getting a job. These steps are listed below:

The entire interviewing process is more than just the interview itself. You may or may not know, but you are interviewed all the time and just don't know it. A doctor's appointment, a salesman and a landlord are all interviews with the person they are talking to. It's all part of business. The actual definition of an interview is group communication with a purpose or goal. This could be trying to make a sale or making a career as well. The whole purpose of an interview is the exchange of questions and answers.

In a job interview though, you are trying to sell yourself. If you have a business, you would want to make your product look nice and show all the specs and benefits of a product and what it can do for the customer. The same is true for an interview, you have to look nice and you are trying to show the interviewer what you can do for the company.

As an employer, you are also involved in trying to weed out bad candidates and pick the cream of the crop. In the business viewpoint, you are trying to get the most for your money. You would do this like with any product such as buying a car or a house, you are going to want to find out if there is anything hidden, so you are going to want to ask the certain kinds of questions involved in the above list of articles. This is especially important if you are a business that is about to invest a 5 or 6 figure salary.

If you are interested in more information outside of the following list of interview articles and tips, please visit our career and job forums and ask questions. Our forums provide help for interview advice, but also other advice like career advancement, unemployment issues, and even job vacancy listings.