Sep 23, 2010

250 Job Interview Questions (Audiobook)

One of the major difficulties that most of Myanmar people coming  abroad and looking for job (like myself) has to face is job interview. Though English language is the second official written language, but it is not common language spoken in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma). Therefore, the first thing while we reach abroad and face the interviewer who speaks English language, there is a big difficulty in communication for us (it doesn't mean all, I mean most of the people like myself). Other than how to convince the interviewer by telling him what things we are able to do, the first thing we worried is that are we able to understand what he is talking about? And second thing is that is he able to understand what I am trying to answer? These two things are the major obstacles that we usually had to pass through.

There are a lot of friends who are capable of working skillfully in their specialized category of jobs, lack of communication skills and faced such kind of difficulties and sometime fail to get a job within stays granted by respective immigrations of countries, eventually have to go back to Burma.

So, for those who are still striving to get job in this time or those who are trying to change better career in their lives, I would like to share one of the Audio book that will help you to go through the second item of our difficulties. How to convince the interviewer by telling what you can do, and what are you going to add value to their organizations if you get employed in it.

Here is a short description of the book:

Why do you want this job?

Why should I hire you?

Why do you want to leave your current job?

Do you have convincing answers ready for these important questions?

Landing a good job is a competitive process and often the final decision is based on your performance at the interview. By following the advice of prominent career planning and human resources expert Peter Veruki, you'll know you have the right answers at your job interview. Peter Veruki has been Director of Career Planning and Placement at the Owen Graduate School of Management at Vanderbilt University for ten years. In addition to serving on the College Placement Council Board of Governors for six years, Mr. Veruki was chairman of the CPC's professional Training and Development Committee, where he helped design and conduct interview training programs.

To listen on the blog:

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

To download the mp3s:

Part 01 Part 02 Part 03 Part 04


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