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Job interviews are always so stressful. On top of that if the interview is in English, you're probably a nervous wreck. Interviewers make judgments quickly. Shaky English skills can lose you the job. How can you show off your skills and make a great impression in a foreign language? Whether you're interviewing with a multi-national company or trying to find work abroad, use our English job interview tips to increase your chances of success. Tell us how your job interview in English went. Do you have any tips for other job seekers?
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Paolo's interview went very well. He is telling Daren what he did and what he said to the interviewer.
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Jun and Ken are talking about sounding professional. Do you ever have to sound professional when you speak to people?
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Adriana is disappointed that she didn't get the part in the TV series that she auditioned for.
Peter is worried about his interview so Mary shares a little secret about reading body language in an interview!
Job interviews are the most important part of landing your dream job. In many cases, they are the first face-to-face interaction between the candidate and the organization.
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