Job Interview Skills - Phần 2

Job Interview Skills - Phần 2

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2017-03-17 09:0
Hôm nay chúng ta cùng theo dõi tiếp Phần 2 của bài nghe Job Interview Skills ...

Chào các thính giả yêu mến của chương trình Học Tiếng Anh giao tiếp công việc của chương trình học tiếng anh cùng Radiome. Mình là Diệu Hoa.
Hôm nay chúng ta cùng theo dõi tiếp Phần 2 của bài nghe Job Interview Skills nhé!
Các bạn cùng chú ý lắng nghe với tiết tấu chậm rãi của chương trình Spotlight nhé. Note lại những từ bạn nghe chưa rõ và xem lại ở bản text để làm phong phú thêm vốn từ vựng của mình nhé!
Voice 2 
The employer wants to see that you have considered your future. You should show your excitement about the job and the industry. You should also explain how you plan to progress. This will show the employer that you will try hard to move forward.
Voice 4 
Do you have any questions?
Voice 1 
You must always have one or two questions to ask. This shows your real interest in the job. Prepare a few questions about the job or company, so that you are ready.
Voice 2 
Employers will also ask other questions. They often ask you to give real examples of how you behaved in particular situations. For example, how you dealt with conflict, or how you provided leadership. Bob Lotich wrote about his experience of job interviews. He found it difficult to think of examples during the interview. But he solved this problem,
Voice 6 
‘Next time I had an interview I decided to spend a few hours thinking about stories of achievement, conflict resolution, and other answers to interview questions. Three of the most common ones that I saw in my job interviews were:
How I helped solve a problem at work
A time when I made a mistake and how I fixed it
How I dealt with an unpleasant worker
I would go into the interview with examples from my past. The questions were often a little different. But most of the time I could find a way to use that story in an answer to their questions. I did not have the pressure or difficulty of trying to think about it quickly.’

Voice 1 
Like Lotich, you can prepare stories of your experience to share. Work on these stories in the same way that you work on your answers to the other questions. Then you will feel prepared for your job interview.
Voice 2 
When you walk into the interview, greet the interviewers. In the UK and USA you will be expected to shake the employer’s hand. And during the interview you will be expected to look the employer in the eye. The employer will consider this behaviour as a sign of honesty and respect for what is being said. People in other countries and cultures may expect different behaviour. For example, in many Latin American and Asian countries the employer will consider it disrespectful to look him in the eye. You must make sure that you understand the culture of the employer.
Voice 1 
Stay calm during the interview. Do not worry if you do not understand a question. Do not be afraid to ask the employer if he could explain the question further. Be positive and be confident.
Voice 2 
The interview will soon be over. Then you can rest! If you are offered the job you can celebrate. But what if you are not offered the job? You may ask the employer to comment on your interview performance. You should think about your interview experience. This will help you improve for the next time.
Voice 1 
The writer of this programme was Katy Blake. The producer was Bruce Gulland. The voices you heard were from the United Kingdom and the United States. All quotes were adapted for this programme and voiced by Spotlight. You can listen to this programme again, and read it, on the internet at This programme is called, ‘Job Interview Skills’.
Voice 2 
We hope you can join us again for the next Spotlight programme. Goodbye.
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