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Screencast: How to use iTunes to have a successful interview

Tell me a little about yourself.
What are your greatest strengths/weaknesses?
What can you bring to the position/company?
Where do you see yourself in five years?
Why did you leave your last position?
How do you work under pressure?
Describe a situation where you needed to work in a team.
What are your salary expectations?
Do you have any questions for me?
Why should we hire you?

Do these questions look familiar? Many of us have heard them time-and-time again during interviews. Still, no matter how many times you are asked, it can be difficult to give appropriate or accurate responses on the spot. There are many ways to learn skills and gain tools that can help you have a successful job interview, and they can be found in an unlikely place – iTunes. In this three-part screencast series, learn the ins-and-outs of iTunes, and find out how it can help you land your next job.

Part 1: Using iTunes Audiobooks


Part 2: Using iTunes Podcasts


Part 3: Using iTunes University

 

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This was last updated in December 2010

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