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Preparation

Preparing for an interview requires hard work and preparation. From researching what the position requires to perfecting your response to typical questions, one should be prepared to answer any inquiries the interviewer throws out. However, the interview is not only judged by what you say, but by how you say it and the manner in which you present yourself.
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