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I hate interviewing. This could one of the factors I am not getting any job offers. I go on abouut 3 to 4 interviews every week.

I have been looking for a very long time, and I do feel that I am burned out of the job market.

I some one would be will doing to an in person mock interview with me and tell me what I am doing wrong. I have some help in interviewing but all of this has bee over the phone.

I was at the conference on Friday at the end with all the Human Resources people. I said may be one of the could do a mock interview with me and tell me what is not going the right way.

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  • Alice McKenney

    Alice McKenney on Jul 3, 2012

    Cancer and Careers Staff Comment:

    Hi Susan,

    Unfortunately we are unable to offer in-person services such as mock interviews at this time as our career coaches are all pro bono and are not based in the NYC area.  However I have a few suggestions:

    • The New York Public Library offers mock interviews at set times during the year - contact your local branch to find out availability.
    • Check out the Career One Stop Service Locator to find organizations near you that provide free or low-cost workforce services: http://www.servicelocator.org/
    • Your local YMCA/YWCA may provide mock interview groups - contact them to find out.
    • You might also want to enlist the help of a friend who has interviewed people at their respective company.  If they're unsure of what to ask you, give them a list of questions (such as this: http://jobsearch.about.com/od/interviewquestionsanswers/a/interviewquest.htm) to get them started.  Be sure to ask them to be as honest as possible as their insight could help you to land a position somewhere.

    I hope one (or all!) of these resources provide the help you need.  We wish you the best of luck!

    Warmly,

    Alice

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