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How To Answer 7 Of The Most Common Interview Questions

Interview questions are not as straightforward as they seem, and answering just one question incorrectly may put you out of the running for a job. The moral of the story? Be ready to read between the lines. 7 Most Common Interview Questions Here are seven of the most common interview questions, what the hiring manager is really asking, and how you should respond: 1. “Tell Me About Yourself.” What the hiring manager is really asking… “How do your education, work history, and professional aspirations relate to the open job?” How to respond: Select key work and education information that shows the hiring manager why you are a perfect fit for the job and for the company. For example, a recent grad might say something like, “I went to X University where I majored in Y and completed an internship at Z Company. During my internship, I did this and that (name achievements that match the job description), which really solidified my passion for this line of work.” 2.

José Mourinho and Phil Ivey – Two Examples of Incredible Professionalism and Respect for the Game

The stories of José Mourinho and Phil Ivey - two professionals in football and poker Great professionalism a la José Mourinho and Phil Ivey is not seen every day and it provokes deep respect. Football and poker seems to be two very different games on the surface, but if someone looks deeper, a lot of similarities can be found. Both games require focus, dedication, practice, confidence, etc. Both also enjoy world-wide popularity and millions of fans who support certain teams or individuals. There are two extremely successful people, who worked very hard for their achievements and managed to become famous and well-respected in their fields – the first one is José Mário dos Santos Mourinho Félix, known as José Mourinho, Chelsea F.C. manager, and the second one is Phillip Dennis “Phil” Ivey Jr., an American professional poker player, who often makes it into the gambling news. A comparison between these two great professionals is not only interesting, but also expected

This week Top world lotto news

When luck hits lottery players, it sometimes comes in unexpected ways.  One man’s habit of playing the lottery each week changed his life when he won a million pounds.  One woman won a huge jackpot on a Friday the Thirteenth, a day usually associated with bad luck. Here are Top lottery story around the world for the week : Lady Luck Visits Woman On Friday Thirteenth Superstitions about Friday the thirteenth may have caused a woman who bought a Megamillions ticket on June 13th not to expect anything life-changing.  In fact she kept the ticket just in her purse eleven days after the draw date.  But had she known the ticket won a $66 million jackpot, she would not have been so careless where  she put it; she might even have put it in a vault. When Kelsey Zachow finally had her ticket scanned at a nearby gas station, all the clerk would tell her was that she won big.  But that was enough to cause her to rush  back home screaming in excitement. Now Zachow does not

About 60 million Nigerians between 18 and 40 years of age may be spending up to N1.8 billion on sports betting daily, investigation by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reveals.

The investigation showed that they commit on the average N3,000 on sports betting daily. Dotun Ajekigbe, a sport betting analyst, said that sport betting though risky was also rewarding. Ajekigbe said that about 60 million Nigerians placed bets on different matches daily across the country. He said that most unemployed youths have taken to online and other forms of sports betting to make a living. According to him, from findings this group of people stake an average of N3,000 daily. “Sport betting is gambling, not investing in bank shares. “But almost everything in life is a gamble, more so with money matters. With gambling comes risks because it not 100 per cent guaranteed. “However, you can dramatically reduce your risks by taking calculated risks only. “When you take calculated risks, you base your decisions on sound research and evidence, not intuition. “Sport betting is by chance. The better informed the player is, the better the chance he/she has of making money