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Subject:  Your Job Interview 'Manners' Matter!
From:  JobSeeker Weekly <newsletter@jobseekerweekly.com>
Date:  Tue, 14 Oct 2008 20:55:30 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "Your Job Interview 'Manners' Matter!" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Tue, 14 Oct 2008 20:55:30 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was JobSeeker Weekly <newsletter@jobseekerweekly.com>, although it may have been spoofed.

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Current Issue: October 13, 2008
Your Job Interview 'Manners' Matter!

Secret interview technique guaranteed to land jobs

Diligent job seekers spend hours creating resumes & cover letters, searching through job postings, reviewing classifieds and networking -- all in order to get an interview. Yet most of them don't know what to do when they get one! When the job market was booming it took an average of 3 interviews to get 1 job offer. Now it takes 17. The key is have a great interview, where the interviewer actually pictures you doing the job.

If you want to be that person, there's a little known secret you can put together for your next interview that literally forces the interviewer to picture you filling the position, and to visualize actually hiring you -- asap. Using this method guarantees you'll stand out from the crowd and shoot straight to the top of the "must hire" list. For more information, follow this link.

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Article: Your Job Interview 'Manners' Matter!

By Jimmy Sweeney, President of CareerJimmy
and Author of the new, Job Interview Secret


Manners are not only important at the dinner table (use your napkin, please), on the telephone (listen as well as speak), in a theater (refrain from talking during the performance), but also during a job interview. Yet many job seekers forget the importance of being polite. They jingle the change in their pocket, click their tongue, stare at the wall or at their lap, or cut in when the hiring manager is speaking.

Nerves can throw you off. Your heart races, your palms perspire, your mouth goes dry. You may even forget what you want to say. But none of these experiences are reasons to forget your manners. To give yourself the 'edge' when it comes to sitting across from a potential employer, review the following polite practices and then go over them with a spouse or friend before the in-person meeting.

Arrive ahead of time. It may be fashionable to come late to a cocktail party but it's bad manners to walk into an interview after the agreed-upon time. Always arrive at least ten minutes early so you can freshen up, catch your breath, sit quietly in the lobby reviewing your notes.

Maintain good eye contact. You probably know what it's like to speak with someone who is shifty-eyed. You might wonder what he has up his sleeve or what she is hiding. Looking a man or woman in the eye when speaking is not only polite, it's good business practice. It assures the other person of your sincerity and genuine interest. And it will remind him or her to return the eye contact.

Listen well. Focus your mind and take in what the interviewer is saying. If you miss a detail or don't understand what is said, ask politely for it to be repeated. It may help to have a small notepad and pen in your hand. Jot down items that are of importance to you. You might even tell the interviewer ahead of time that you'll be taking notes because you don't want to miss anything. That too, is a sign of good manners. You're letting the other person know that you're serious about the job in question.

Say thank you. At the close of the interview, be sure to shake hands and express in warm words how much you appreciate the time and the information you received. Remember, everyone likes to be acknowledged and thanked. Those who express gratitude will not be forgotten because it is so rare for people today to share genuine thanks. Then follow up with a thank you note in your handwriting. That will seal the deal and give you a good chance of winning a second interview -- or even the job itself.

Jimmy Sweeney is the president of CareerJimmy and author of the brand new "Secret Career Document" job landing system. Jimmy is also the author of several career related books and writes a monthly article titled, "Job Search Secrets."

Visit our friends at "Job Interview Secret" and discover Jimmy Sweeney's breakthrough strategy that will have you standing out from the competition like a Harvard graduate at a local job fair ... DURING your next job interview.


Maximize your exposure and land more interviews!

The internet has changed the way that employers search for new employees. The latest numbers tell us that over 1.5 million employers & recruiters search various career websites daily for job candidates. That means to get those employers and recruiters to see your resume, you need to be on all the top career websites as soon as possible.

Why not let Resume Rabbit instantly post your resume on up to 85 job boards? Within minutes you'll be seen on Monster, Job.com, CareerBuilder, Net-Temps, Dice & more. Resume Rabbit's quick & easy online form will save you over 60 hours of research and data entry. Maximize your exposure and go to Resume Rabbit today.


Secret interview technique guaranteed to land jobs

Diligent job seekers spend hours creating resumes & cover letters, searching through job postings, reviewing classifieds and networking -- all in order to get an interview. Yet most of them don't know what to do when they get one! When the job market was booming it took an average of 3 interviews to get 1 job offer. Now it takes 17. The key is have a great interview, where the interviewer actually pictures you doing the job.

If you want to be that person, there's a little known secret you can put together for your next interview that literally forces the interviewer to picture you filling the position, and to visualize actually hiring you -- asap. Using this method guarantees you'll stand out from the crowd and shoot straight to the top of the "must hire" list. For more information, follow this link.

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