Recruiting a fresh perspective

By Stephanie Sanborn, InfoWorld |  Career

Using predictable interviewing methods can turn off some candidates, especially
those who are looking for flexible, creative work environments. But some grads say that
the rigmarole also can give more inexperienced candidates a chance to learn the ins
annd outs of interviewing.

"I have friends who consider the whole interviewing cycle to be a secret level of
hell from Dante's Inferno," says the East Coast student. "You really have to pick and
choose your interviews or you're just going to be overloaded, especially because nearly
everyone seems to ask variations of the same questions: something about your personal
life, your class work, and your future. Of course, this does give you the chance to
really plan out your answers for those interviews where you really want to make a good

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