Go into interviews more confident, land your job and increase your salary

90% of hires are based solely upon the interview according to a Harvard Business Review study. In fact, 63% of hiring decisions are made within the first 4.3 minutes of an interview (courtesy SHRM). So, the interview is probably the most important part of the hiring process. And that’s why you need to spend time with your personal recruiter to better understand whom you are interviewing with and the issues that you will be talking about during the interview.

You always need to “take temperatures” because people have minds and they’re changing them constantly. You need to listen to what they don’t say. Being prepared for an interview is vital. 

Crucial basics of interviewing

Watch this video to learn the crucial basics interviewing.

Tips from the Trenches: Interviewing

In this video, you’ll hear some additional tips from MRINetwork experts.

Things To Remember

  • People have to buy you before they buy from you.

  • People hire and accept emotionally first and justify logically later.

  • People are most sold by your conviction rather than by your persuasion.

  • Know your technology, but think people.

  • The decision to hire is made in the first 5 to 10 minutes of the interview, with the remaining time spent justifying that decision.


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