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Austria: Interview Conduct

As recommendations are still quite important in Austria, it can be advantageous to be based within the country before one begins the job search. Job seekers should attempt to network in order to gain employment and should seek employment recommendations through friends, colleagues, professional associates and industry contacts.

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Finland: Interview Advice

Interviews can be nerve-wracking, especially if you’re interviewing in a foreign country. So, it’s important to be familiar with the culture and etiquette of the country and company with which you are interviewing. As with interviewing anywhere, in Finland, it is important to be able to thoroughly explain your achievements and strengths. However, using grandiose adjectives can be interpreted as lying. Display confidence without exaggerating. Be direct and concise, and if you really want to impress, use the Finnish language if possible.

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A Guide to Applying for a UK Job

If you’re interested in applying for a job in the UK, then you’ve come to the right spot! It’s important to understand the proper way to fill out a British job application, and how to tailor your CV and interviewing style to match their expectations and avoid any cultural blunders.

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Sweden: The Interview

You’ve landed an interview in Sweden, now what? The first rule of thumb: use formal greetings and avoid addressing the person by the first name unless invited to do so.

Swedish employers analyze everything about an applicant, from skills and education to personality and social graces. Age may also be a factor depending on the position.

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Interviewing in Italy

So, you’ve landed a job interview in Italy or just prepping for potential opportunities? There is no special formula for interviewing in Italy, but there are a few things to take note of that may differ from the interview processes you’re typically familiar with.

The interview can be anything from extremely casual to formal and intimidating, but can generally be an awkward mix of the two.

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