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The interview is the highlight of your job application, which is why it's always an advantage to prepare for possible questions. Take note that interviews will try to get more insight into your personality as well as verify the items you've listed in your resume through the answers you provide. So it’s really important that you appear confident and sure of your answers. All in all, the interview is just a way for a potential employer to gauge whether or not you'd be a good fit in the company and the position you applied for. Check out the slide show below for some topics that usually come up during interviews.
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(First published in Good Housekeeping Magazine, Good Money section as "Career Advice" in April 2010; adapted for use in Female Network. Photo by Brett Farmiloe via Flickr Creative Commons.)