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What research should I do for an interview?

Question asked by: mrquestion

Asked on: 22 Dec 2009

Sensible research. You should monitor the company in the news in the few weeks leading up to the interview. With the internet this is easier than ever before as you can search corporate news sites, or look at news that has impacted the share price on a stockbrokering website for instance.

Also work out some questions to ask them about the company and be able to demonstrate both that you have done research and also that you are interested in the company and what they do.

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Replied at: 22 Dec 2009
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