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Ahmed Galal

I'm looking for a serious challenge where I can express my motivation, skills and expertise, for credit manager available

Thank you

R, Levizon

Very motivational, informative and concise! This discussion created more of a laser-like focus for me as I look ahead to my next interview. My appreciation to both professional participants on this segment.

M Williams

Glad I ran across this, it was very informative and provided some great tips to use in my job search.

C Fortiz

Will have a job interview next week, pure and solid gold provided by this discussion, appreciation for both participants.

D Rushing

Recruiters are not God though they think they are ...

On-line submissions - too lazy to even qualify, just add key words.

Lastly, on-line submissions- they don't even follow-up.

Anyne offering a Recruiter placement service for a fee -- ask them to produce the "data" on their effectiveness - you will soon see them disappear and not respond. Also, ask for at least 5 references -- you won't hear back.


Good presentation is the best.. how you get your point across with the Recruiter or Hiring Manager.
I believe first impression is the best,, and being flexible.
Remember online submissions..on somewhat distracted at times with big words, but you have to become one of the best.
Face to face is better, and reference gives you a confidence booster.

Stephanie Lewis

Absolutely appreciated the valuable info shared in this video clip. I was enlightened indeed & I will definitely add these tips in my job search.


Very informative, I'm looking for help with the "Do you have any questions for us" after the interview process. What kind of questions are they looking for?

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