Books to read before your Job Interview

1. Presence, by Amy Cuddy – Job Interview Book

Amy teaches people how to quit worrying about the way that other people perceive them. This is done by using methods like displaying confident body language in order to alter the way that a person perceives their own self.

2. Cracking the Code to a Successful Interview by Evan Pellett – Job Interview Book

In CRACKING THE CODE TO A SUCCESSFUL INTERVIEW, Evan Pellett offers job-seekers an insider-view of the hiring process from his perspective as an award-winning recruiter who has spent a career facing interview hopefuls from the other side of the desk. Pellett, who has recruited for tech giant Oracle and others, breaks down the interview process by revealing the inner workings of a hiring manager’s mind

3. The Art of the Interview by James Storey – Job Interview Book

In this book, you will discover the steps on how to prepare for any interview. But most importantly, you will be able to answer the most commonly asked interview questions.

4. Smart Answers to Tricky Interview Questions, by Rob Yeung – Job Interview Book

Provides inside information from an author who is frequently asked by organizations to interview candidates, design assessment centers, and train interviewers.

5. How to Talk to Anyone, by Leil Lowndes – Job Interview Book

How to Talk to Anyone is the bible of conversational tactics. If you struggle with small talk or detest mingling, this book can show you why small talk is the key to success both at work and in your personal relationships. 

6. What Color is Your Parachute?, by Richard N. Bolles

Bolles demystifies the entire job-search process, from writing resumes to interviewing to networking, expertly guiding job-hunters toward their dream job

7. Business Writing Today, by Natalie C. Canavor

Business Writing Today, gives you tools, techniques and inside tips drawn from the worlds of journalism, corporate communications and public relations.  It prepares you to better understand the business world and communicate in ways that achieve your own immediate and long range goals in today’s highly competitive work environment. 

7. Ovenman by Jeff Parker

Skateboarder, restaurant worker, and punk rocker wannabe, the antihero of Jeff Parker’s uproariously funny debut novel adds a new twist to the classic coming-of-age story. 

8. Hotels Of North America by Rick Moody

An inventive blurring of the lines between the real and the fabricated, Hotels of North America demonstrates Moody’s mastery ability to push the bounds of the novel.  

9. A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole

A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole, a picaresque novel which follows the life of Ignatius J. Reilly, an eccentric, self-absorbed lay about whose endeavors always seem to be doomed to failure.

10. 60 Seconds and You’re Hired!

60 Seconds & You’re Hired! has helped thousands of job seekers get the perfect job by excelling at the crucial job interview.

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