As a recent graduate, you will have spent the past few years focused on your studies, but now you want to put what you have learnt into action by getting a job. However, first you need to ace your job interview.

“Moving from being a graduate to landing your first position is not the time to drop the ball. This is the metaphorical last stretch in which you should sustain your efforts, to ensure your candidacy stands out in a crowded job market ... The first step on this journey involves facing the challenge of the job interview. Your first interview can set you apart from other job seekers and set the tone for your entire career, so it is essential you approach it with thorough preparation and confidence,” says Bronwyn Le-Ann Batchelor, head of the law faculty at the Independent Institute of Education...

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