Job Interview By Glenda Davis

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Job interviews would have to be the most nerve racking experience to proceed through; however, it is they are a task countless of us will possibly face at some point in life if you ever desire to consider obtaining a job. In my years of high school instructors would advise us and prepare my classmates and I to be ready for a job interview and have an understanding of the do’s and don’t for a job interview. This included having to attend school well professionally dressed and actually being interviewed. After reading an essay written by Glenda Davis titled “How to Do Well on a Job Interview,” I came to a complete understanding regarding how her advice given for a job interview is all useful and can benefit the readers. Davis identifies a job interview as a “game” (Davis 250), which I believe it was an excellent example in which it also gives readers an idea of how competitive it can be. Countless parts of her advice I have done myself, which has landed me a job. Aside from Davis’s perspective, there are a few key point that Davis may have missed and could have been stated in her essay, such as researching the company he or she is applying to, this allows the interview to view the applicant as an applicant who is exceedingly interested in the company and has taken time to learn further about it. In a job interview the simplest ideas tend to matter, this can either land you the win or the loose on that job you desire. In the end, it is significant for the readers to know how to
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