Job Interviews
What is the most important part of a job interview?

I'm getting prepared for a job interview with an American Company customer (through an nearshore caribbean company) Since this is like a "first date" and practically I'm asking someone else (hipotetically) to get married, does anybody have some advice/tips/recommendations?

Anyway if somebody needs to practice conversational skills, add me as a friend or directly send me a message, have a nice day!
Jun 26, 2020 4:31 PM
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For me the most important part of a job interview is preparation. If you research the company and the role you are being interviewed for this will reflect well. If you are well prepared you will be more confident and natural during the interview. I also find predicting potential questions to be a good idea so you can think of what you can say beforehand.
June 26, 2020
Confidence! I feel like that tops it all off. Also make mistakes and don't strive for perfection - we all human. :)
June 26, 2020
You would enjoy this discussion on a common job interview question:
June 26, 2020
Will your interview be in English? If so, I'd be willing to have a conversation with you to help you practice the answers to a few interview questions. Send me a message if you are interested.

(I would have messaged you directly, but your current account settings do not allow you to receive messages).
June 26, 2020
Good question!
1) Every business has a problem. You must know what the problem is for this business.

2) You must be able to explain why you are the solution to this problem. (In very clear words.)

¡Buena pregunta!
1) Cada negocio tiene un problema. Debe saber cuál es el problema para este negocio.

2) Debes poder explicar por qué tu eres la solución a este problema. (En palabras muy claras).
June 26, 2020
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