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To eliminate many candidates for an open
position, most companies will conduct phone interviewing's to narrow
down the initial pool of job candidates. They do not really want to
eliminate you personally, they do this at the end of their resume
screening process, so they can narrow down and manage the final
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If you do get lucky enough to get a phone
interview, you can bet on it that you are one of the top candidates for
the open position the company has to offer. These interviews offer a
number of advantages to the organization:
get to test your written resume they have in front of them, with
your phone conversation to find out if your resume is as accurate as
you say it is.
quick process for them to evaluate long distance
candidates before scheduling an in house interview.
usually have a convenient standardized list of key questions that
they have prepared.
phone call screens out obviously unqualified candidates saving the
So you need to become an expert about phone interviews. Since they can
only assess your voice, you must know what you are talking about and
convey it in a very professional manner.
No one gets hired from the initial telephone interview. These company
interview questions are intended by the company to determine if it is
worthwhile for them to schedule an interview.
You need to master this part of the job hunt to move yourself forward
to the next step - the actual scheduled job interview.
My best advice is to not say I will just wing it if I get a call. You
need to have your resume that you turned in to the company in a quick
accessible location to get your hands on it quickly after the call
comes in and takes you by surprise.
Now with your resume in hand, you can professionally answer any
questions they have without any memory loss, as you do not want to
stumble through this process.
Make sure you have a blank sheet of paper for notes, and take the call
by moving to a quiet place in your home, to cut down on any noise and
Do not smoke, eat or drink while you are on the phone, as that is very
annoying on the other end and unprofessional. Speak clearly and with
confidence when answering all questions and be polite.
Expect the phone to ring at any time. Practice out loud with someone
else so you can rehearse and be more comfortable about phone
interviews. Your friends are really there to help you, so don't be shy,
practice and get ready for that all important call that you must pass,
in order for you to have a chance at getting called in to speak in
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