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Telephone Interview - June 27th 2011, 07:41 PM

I've heard they're becoming more common, but never really had one until now. Has anyone here got any advice like on what kind of questions they might ask?

I guess a telephone interview is probably the most suitable for this job because it's a job kind of at a call centre. They're looking for good diction obviously, and good communication in general. Anything else?


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