From the desk of Don Georgevich

Dear Job Seeker,

This questions and answers in this app will take the fear and apprehension out of your next job interview. After reading this and practicing these interview questions and answers, you will feel comfortable and prepared through the whole job interview process.

Job interviews are designed to make you feel uncomfortable -- your future employers want to see how you handle stress and work under pressure. And, of course, the best way to handle stress is by being prepared. This guide will completely prepare you for your next job interview.

The job market is a very competitive place. Employers are looking for self-confident employees who can manage themselves as well as others. They are looking for people who are motivated, flexible, and resourceful.

Set yourself apart from the competition by already knowing all the answers. You’re going to tell them just what they want to hear, you are going to make a positive impression, and you’re going to walk away with the job.

This app is broken down into several modules, from easy to difficult questions. The first modules starts you off with some of the more common questions that are easy to answer and then moves you into more challenging questions.

Then once you get comfortable with level 1, 2, and 3 questions, you can move into behavioral questions.

If you have a phone interview coming up, then jump ahead to the Phone Interview and Interview Preparation modules.

Don’t forget to review the “Questions to Ask Your Interview Module” because it’s very important that you ask them questions too.

Just for this app, I have given you 27 bonus questions with answers that my clients came up with and used in their interviews. This will give you some outside perspective on how other job seekers are answering questions.

This app includes a Fast Track Module which is a condensed version of everything in this app, to help you get prepared in the least amount of time possible. But if you have more time, I would suggest reviewing all of the modules.

Just for this app, I have given you 25 of the top interview questions in MP3 Audio. The questions have been personally recorded by me. I hope you find these to be helpful in with your interview preparation.

This app will give you the edge over your competition with over 140 interview questions and answers where all the guess-work is taken out. It’s like using GPS in your car – I’ll tell you everything you need to do and say while you interview for jobs.

Remember, you are interviewing the company to make sure that they are a good fit for you. By asking thoughtful and respectful questions, you will reinforce the fact to your interviewer that you are right for the position.

This guide will prepare you for the interview, give you the best answers to the most common interview questions, and ensure your happiness with your new job. Take the fear and stress out of the job interview process and go in there and confidently Get Hired!

The key to getting any job offer is the interview. You need to make a good first impression, demonstrate your credibility and ultimately leave the interviewer with a lasting impression of you working in that position. In the end, it comes down to you and someone else and they will pick the one who they believe can do the job the best and that person is going to be you.

To your success,


Don Georgevich
President, Job Interview Tools, LLC

PS - If you are interested in going beyond the scope of what I offer in this app and would like me to give you personal job coaching lessons, please visit this page or tap the Personal Coaching option on the main page of this app:

PSS - Weigh your decision. Interview them too.

The company you interview with should meet your employment requirements, too. Searching for a job is a lot of hard work, so make each interview count and don’t feel bad if you have to disqualify an employer because they don’t meet your needs.

Try not to get emotional when you interview for jobs. In fact, I think it’s best to be emotionally disconnected from the interview process. This mindset actually puts you in a stronger position and may actually make the difference between getting the job and losing it.

When you interview for a job and you go in there feeling that you have to get it -- you end up being overly cautious not to make any mistakes, but through this caution you end up stifling all your creativity that would have otherwise shined through, adding value and leverage to your candidacy.

A while back, I interviewed for a senior level position and after 30 minutes I discovered that the person who fills this position was expected to work 50-55 hours every week. I asked him again to confirm that and he said 50-55 was the norm around here.

I ended the interview abruptly and told him that I could not make such a commitment as it would cause a serious and unnecessary strain on my family. He respected me for my honesty and we parted on friendly terms. I would not normally end an interview so abruptly, but in this case it had to be done. I strongly recommend considering all the facts for a day or so before determining if a company is a good fit for you.

On the other hand, working for a reputable company is a great addition to your resume. You will gain valuable work experience and add to your arsenal of personal and professional skills. · All Rights Reserved