a young man on a white shirt and grey trousers is sitting along at a waiting section holding a folder reading for an interview. he is sitting on one of the four grey chairs backing a white wall.

KEY POINTS ON RESEARCHING

Researching companies during a job application, helps you identify exactly what to look into when applying to potential employers and their companies. Having taken time to identify your career path

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a single candidate waiting for an interview in a lobby. this is to create an interview scenario

DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?

As an applicant, the answer to this is YES. But the difference lies in the type of questions you will like to ask, whether as an experienced or inexperienced applicant.

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A job applicant sitting alone at a waiting section with the inscription Job Interview boldly written across with the question why should we hire you?

WHY SHOULD WE HIRE YOU?

90% of applicants become unsettled when asked this question, which means: ” What are you bringing to the table” Before any recruitment, the need, the cost estimates, and its effect is taken into consideration by the organization. Recruitment is not on a whim , so employers want to know the added advantage of employing you without incurring avoidable cost.

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a young man waiting in an interview room, with the question asking why he has been unemployed for so long written on the poster. it also shows an excerpt of the answer on the the poster as well.

WHY HAVE YOU BEEN UNEMPLOYED FOR SUCH A LONG TIME?

90% of graduates usually see this as an opportunity to show that they are willing to work, but answer this question with ” I COULDN’T FIND A JOB” WRONG ANSWER!
Being willing to work or available to work is different from being unemployed.

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