8 Essential Items to Take to Your Next Job Interview

By Andrew Fennell

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Your CV has received excellent feedback, you’ve passed the telephone screening stage and you’ve finally been selected for interview stage

Interviews are the final hurdle in the job hunting process so it’s very important to prepare fully.

Researching the company and role thoroughly will provide a big advantage for any candidate, but it’s also important to equip yourself properly when attending a job interview

Do you still need to take a printed copy of your CV with you in 2016? Should you have some questions prepared?

StandOut CV have created this handy infographic to show the 8 essential interview items that you should take with you to every job interview you attend if you want to be organised and professional.

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