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Job Interview: Practice Questions and Answers

It Appears That You Have Been Out Of Work For A While? Why Is That?

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Give short, truthful responses. If you have to disclose that there was a health situation, add as little detail about your health condition as you can. Let the interviewer know that you are now okay,  and the future looks bright. Switch the subject back to the job as soon as you can.

Include any learning experiences or work-related activities you did in the time you have been off work.

Finish your explanation with the reasons you think you can do the job and how you came to that conclusion.

Emphasize your positive feelings about the new job.

As mentioned previously, do not become defensive, and remember to keep the interview good natured. A positive attitude is contagious and appealing!


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