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How to get through a stressful interview

Interviews are different. Somewhere you are kindly asked about achievements in previous places of work, somewhere you are offered to complete a test task, and in some places they may supposedly accidentally knock over a glass of water on your new suit ... The last option is nothing more than a stressful interview. What is it and how to get through it? The main thing is to know the rules of the game In a new business suit, armed with recommendations from former bosses and tuned in for a constructive conversation, you go for an interview. Vigorous and positive, you arrive at the office five minutes before the meeting, however the HR manager for some reason suggests you wait a bit, and not in the meeting room, but in the corridor, where there’s nowhere to sit down. After five minutes of waiting, your positive attitude is replaced by a slight impatience, after ten - by a completely understandable irritation. Finally - in less than half an hour - a recruiter appears. In the negotiating
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