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Questions You’ll Be Asked During an Automotive Tech Interview

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Jumping out of an automotive technician program and into the fast-paced automotive industry is an exciting prospect, but to get there you must first get through the interview. When you get the call that you’re being considered for a position, you’ll want to brush up on a bit of pertinent information. That way, you’ll be one step ahead of the game when you head in for your interview. Here are some questions that commonly come up during an automotive technician job interview.

The Best Job Hunting Resources You Should Be Taking Advantage Of

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Whether you’re fresh out of college or find yourself looking for a new job for the first time in 20 years, knowing where to start may not come so easily. Most people don’t keep up on the changes in the way people find employment, because, well, if you’re not looking, why would you care? Getting into the employment pool can be overwhelming, no matter how much experience you have. The bad news is that the ways to find a job in today’s marketplace are endless. The good news is that the ways to find a job in today’s marketplace are endless. Some methods of job hunting are more effective than others, so let’s take a look at some of the better ways to look for employment.

What to Bring to a Job Interview: Six Essentials

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Getting a call for a job interview can be both thrilling and terrifying. On one hand, there’s the possibility of landing a job, but on the other there are the nerves over how the meeting will go. Many people take the time to research the company, review interview tips, and run through possible interview questions, but they miss one critical step. While being mentally prepared is important, knowing what to bring to a job interview can really set an applicant apart from the crowd. Here are some helpful things to have on hand the next time you’re interview bound.

How to Follow-Up After a Job Interview

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Job seeking is serious business. You have to polish your resume, craft a cover letter, and submit your application. Then you wait and hope for an interview. Nailing the interview is a great start, but many job seekers struggle with what to do (or not do) once the interview is over. While some opt to wait in silence, there are plenty of compelling reasons to write a follow-up letter to your potential employer. Here we explore that logic and outline how to follow up after an interview.