Ý Knock 'em Dead Job Interview: How to Turn Job Interviews Into Job Offers || ↠ PDF Read by Õ Martin Yate

By Martin Yate | Comments: ( 781 ) | Date: ( Jun 02, 2020 )

To amaze and impress job interviewers, you need the formulas for answering tough questions With these handy flash cards, career wizard Martin Yate shows you how to display those essential transferable skills, behaviors, and values that every employer wants.When you ve mastered these cards you ll not only get the job you ll be on the road to long term career success.


  • Title: Knock 'em Dead Job Interview: How to Turn Job Interviews Into Job Offers
  • Author: Martin Yate
  • ISBN: 9781440536793
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Martin Yate

Publishes under both Martin Yate and Martin John Yate.



Comments Knock 'em Dead Job Interview: How to Turn Job Interviews Into Job Offers

  • Jay Hennessey

    Worthy read for Job HuntersThis was a useful read to think about interviewing. To date, the preparation was a bit overkill for the 4 interview that I have conducted, it did help me prepare my thoughts and considerations. Additionally, it opened my eyes to potential pitfalls in some answers. If you are in the job market, I think this is a must read.


  • Khadijah

    An easy to read and follow book. Really helpful for job interview prep.


  • Kelly

    First two to three chapters and the methods to answer interview questions were the only parts I found useful as I'm not at the stage to use the other elements yet.


  • Tiago Serrano

    Good answers on some tough questions I get asked all the time and Yate manages to fill in some snippets of advice on how you should manage some of the early priorities in your career.I found the chapter on recently graduated students especially interesting. Must read if you're planning on job hunting and you feel like you're missing that final hurdle in the race.


  • Kimberly

    I picked this book up because I knew I going to be going on some interviews and I thought I'd give it a try for some extra help. This is a well written book that gives lots of advise and tells you what to do or not do for an interview. I didn't read everything in here as I skimmed through some parts that weren't relevant to me and the jobs I was looking at, but this book was still worth checking out from the library. Overall I would give this 3 1/2 stars and I'd recommend this to anyone who has [...]


  • Monicaaa

    An incredible resource for anyone going for an important interview. I read this book before going for an interview for a job I really wanted, and I landed the job. Just reading it made me feel more confident and know what to expect during the interview, including different possible scenarios.


  • Julie

    There is some good information here and things to think about, however I was disturbed by how the author basically told you to go ahead and answer any illegal questions you are asked and then at the end of the section said that "Outright discrimination these days is really quite rare."


  • Davesincere

    These books are excellent references and extremely useful in getting back into the market.


  • Deeplata

    Thorough. Comprehensive. Focussed. Full of practicable advice. Interesting. Target readers:: freshers & little more than fresher job seekers.


  • Erica

    This was a really helpful book! It gave me a lot of useful insights and was written in a style enjoyable to read.


  • Domenic Conte

    A great resource to with prepping for an interview.


  • Morgan

    Never read a job hunting book before, but I actually found this fairly useful.


  • Julie

    Excellent reference book to prepare for a job interview in fact any interview.


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