I Learned the Secret to Interviewing and Got 5 Times More Job Offers
Heather Hund
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This article is so right in so many ways.

I recently had an unrequested interview — a company approached me and asked me if I would like to come over and have a conversation about a position they needed to fill, though I’m currently employed and happy at my current job. Since I was curious about what they had to offer, I went to the interview, and it was pretty much exactly as you describe here. Because I am not actually looking for a job, I was very relaxed and I was genuinely curious about the position, the company and the people that worked there, so I asked a lot of questions, and we had a very nice chat.

In the end, I decided to drop from the process and don’t make them waste more time, but I think that I made a good impression in them, based on what they told me at the end of the interview, even though I didn’t actually fit the exact profile of the person they were looking for.

Bottom line, I think the advise given in this article is spot on, and should seriously be taken into consideration and put into practice — I, from my part, will definitely keep it in mind.

Thanks for sharing!

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