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How to perform well in job interviews

19 June 2012 Last updated at 15:07 BST

For many people, job interviews can be nerve-wracking, but a bit of preparation and a few simple techniques can make them less painful.

Carly Stephens is a recruitment director at Maine-Tucker and here she explains how to perform well in interviews.

She says one of the most important things is to give tangible examples of your experience in your answers.

There is more general information on looking for a job in our guide to coping with unemployment. And the government's Next Step site has advice on planning a career.

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