Review: “Job Interview – What You Ought to Know” eBook

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Some of you might know that I’ve been on the job search quest since May 2013.  I’ve taken courses to perfect my job interview and resume.  I re-draft my resume often to “sell” myself.  I’ve been to so many interviews that I began to list my occupation as a Professional Interviewee (not on my resume, of course!).

I have the right qualifications and skills.  I can say that I’m confident enough to walk into an job interview.  So, I wondered what am I missing?  They like my resume and qualifications enough to call me for an interview, so it must be my job interview skills.

I was given the opportunity to review a copy of the ebook  “Job Interview – What You Ought to Know“.  I could not wait to read it and see what I may have missed in my interviews.

When I started reading the book, it was difficult not to ignore the few typos in the ebook.  I automatically assumed that the information was not as good.. so, I kept on reading for review purposes.  Most of the information in the book covers the basic things about presenting yourself in a job interview. Such as dressing nice, proper grooming and of course, what not to do.

The ebook was 14 pages long.  It consisted of the intro and quotes of three different authors on the subject of interviews.  Some of these authors and quotes can easily be found on the internet on article directories.  Needless, to say I was not impressed as a person with decades of experience.

The positive is that this job interview book would be perfect to give to the younger crowd just beginning their first job search.

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2 Comments

  1. That’s too bad it had typos and only 14 pages too. I’m afraid I would not think much of it either with the typos. Good luck on your job search.

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