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4 Benefits of Delivering an Interview Presentation

EShamberger
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It is becoming more common for recruiters to require candidates to prepare a presentation to prove that they’re the right person for the job. Not only will this allow the candidate to showcase their passion and skill set, but it will also allow recruiters to learn the thought-process and creativity of a potential hire. Here are four ways candidates benefit from delivering an interview presentation:

  1. Prove you can do the job
  2. Demonstrate your written communication skills
  3. Showcase your verbal communication skills
  4. Show that you are diligent

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chemist1
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Found this post ACS Communities.  Don't disagree--but I'm interested in advice for those of us that have done mostly process development work covered by NDA's.   Suggestions?