If you are separating from the Marine Corps you may have never experienced a job interview before. You may be feeling nervous or uncertain about what the interview will be like. One of the best ways to feel more confident is to practice interviewing. You wouldn’t enter a tactical situation without the right gear and training, so why would you go into an interview unprepared?
Most interviewers use a standard set of interview questions. These questions relate to how your skills, knowledge, training, and work experience fit the job and the company. Follow these tips to put your best foot forward during your next job interview.
To learn more interview techniques contact your installation’s Transition Readiness and Family Member Employment Assistance Programs, or utilize the Marine for Life Network to begin making professional connections today!
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