• Mark RedmanMark Redman, 7 months ago

    Going to interviews will give you more interview experience and put you in front of people, this is good experience and since you are early, you have the luxury of time since there is no urgency to get the job.

    The length of the process might depending the company and how they recruit but just take it one step at a time and be the best you can be at each stage, again this is just experience gathering. If you don't have all the information about the job, you should definitely ask them what is in included in the offer, they will naturally know this means the salary, benefits etc, there is not point in asking about working hours and basics and they will provide an offer at some point anyway.

    Only ask about this things when it feels natural to do so, but you should really concentrate on finding out whether the type of work is matched to what you want to do and the company is one you want to work for, if they see that you are interested in the company and nature of the work, this information will soon be presented to you. Be ambitious about what you want to do, and do for them, rather than what you might get from them.

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    • barry saundersbarry saunders, 7 months ago

      Going to interviews will give you more interview experience and put you in front of people, this is good experience and since you are early, you have the luxury of time since there is no urgency to get the job.

      I want to second this. Interviewing well is a skill in and of itself. Get out there now, start getting used to interviews and ensure you apply to a variety of places - don't put all your hopes on a single job.

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