Monday, September 29, 2008

Surviving Two Critical Interview Questions

It's widely known that initial phone interviews, often conducted by an employer's human resources department, are largely meant to screen out candidates.

Once you've gotten past any basic skills questions and steered clear of saying anything that anyone might conceivably interpret as controversial, you'll likely face at least two important questions: the salary question, and the "So who else are you talking to?" question.
Both can contain a drop of poison unless you're well prepared.

Here's our story, in which guest author Rob Gordon explains how to successfully cope with both.

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