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  • Youre hired! Two words everyone loves to hear. But before we hear those words comes

    你被錄用了!這兩個字大家都愛聽。但在我們聽到這兩個字之前

  • (dun dun duuuuhn!) “the interview”. Today’s video is part two in a series that’s all

    (dun dun duuuuhn!) "採訪"。今天的視頻是一個系列中的第二部分,所有的。

  • about preparing for a job interview.

    關於準備求職面試。

  • This is part two of a five-part series on preparing for an interview. Interviewing for

    這是關於準備面試的五部曲的第二部分。面試

  • a job can be a huge source of stress and anxiety. And if youre interviewing for a job in

    工作可能是壓力和焦慮的巨大來源。如果你正在面試一份工作,在

  • a non-native language, the stress can be even higher. In this video youll see me interview

    非在地語言,壓力可能會更大。在這段視頻中,你將看到我採訪

  • for a job. Throughout the interview, well discuss some of the most common interview

    的工作。在整個面試過程中,我們將討論一些最常見的面試問題。

  • questions and how to answer them. Youll also learn some basic information to get you

    問題以及如何回答這些問題。你還會學到一些基本資訊,讓你

  • started creating your own answers to these questions. Let’s pick up where we left off

    開始為這些問題創建自己的答案。讓我們從剛才的地方開始

  • in the first video.

    在第一個視頻中。

  • TK: That’s great. Can you tell me how you heard about this position?

    TK:那太好了。你能告訴我你是怎麼聽說這個職位的嗎?

  • Can you tell me how you heard about this position? This is a common question that youll hear

    你能告訴我你是怎麼聽說這個職位的嗎?這是一個常見的問題,你會聽到。

  • in interviews. It’s a chance to share a little bit about the research that youve

    在採訪中。這是一個機會,分享一點關於你的研究,你已經。

  • done in order to learn about the position you are applying for. It’s also a chance

    以瞭解你所申請的職位。這也是一個機會

  • to share if someone from inside the company let you know about the position. Here are

    來分享一下,如果公司內部有人讓你知道這個職位。以下是

  • some example responses:

    一些答覆的例子。

  • I heard about the position from one of your current employees, Bob Greene.

    我從你的一位現任員工Bob Greene那裡聽說了這個職位。

  • I heard about the position from my friend Liz Miller, who works in Accounting.

    我從我的朋友Liz Miller那裡聽說了這個職位,她在會計部門工作。

  • I saw this position on LinkedIn.

    我在LinkedIn上看到這個職位。

  • I read about the position on your website.

    我在你的網站上看到了這個職位。

  • Since this is a simple question with a simple answer, think about your answer and practice

    既然這是一道簡單的題,答案也很簡單,那就想一想你的答案,練一練吧。

  • it out loud before your interview. Record yourself and listen. Are you easy to understand?

    大聲說出來,然後再面試。錄下自己的聲音,然後聽。你是否容易理解?

  • Are there any words that are challenging for you? Practice these words separately, slowly,

    有沒有對你有難度的單詞?分別練習這些單詞,慢慢來。

  • thinking about the mouth position. As it becomes more comfortable, speed it up. Youre going

    思考嘴的位置。當它變得更加舒適時,加快它的速度。你要

  • to want to practice tough words 10, 20, 30 times in a row. Build your muscle memory,

    要想連續練習10次、20次、30次的難詞。建立你的肌肉記憶。

  • so in the interview it will naturally be easier to pronounce.

    所以在面試中自然會比較容易發音。

  • TK: That’s great. Can you tell me how you heard about this position?

    TK:那太好了。你能告訴我你是怎麼聽說這個職位的嗎?

  • RS: Of course. A friend of mine saw the position listed on LinkedIn and forwarded it to me,

    RS。當然,我的一個朋友看到LinkedIn上的職位我的一個朋友看到LinkedIn上列出的職位,就轉發給我了。

  • so I spent some time on your website learning about the position and the company. I also

    所以我花了一些時間在你們的網站上了解了這個職位和公司的情況。我還

  • read an article in Business Weekly about your work that really got me interested.

    在《商業週刊》上讀到一篇關於你工作的文章,讓我很感興趣。

  • TK: What attracted you to our company?

    TK:是什麼吸引了你們來到我們公司?

  • Common Question: What attracted you to our company? This question gives you the opportunity

    常見的問題。是什麼吸引你來我們公司?這個問題讓您有機會

  • to share what you know about the company, and why you would like to work there. Some

    分享您對公司的瞭解,以及您為什麼想在那裡工作。一些

  • ways to begin your response include the following. Notice that most responses show that you have

    開始回答的方式包括以下幾種。請注意,大多數回答都表明你有

  • a strong feeling about what you learned. This will give the interviewer more information

    對自己所學的知識有強烈的感受。這樣可以給面試官提供更多的資訊

  • about who you are and what you might bring to the position.

    關於你是誰以及你能給這個職位帶來什麼。

  • I was really impressed with your commitment to renewable energy.

    你們對可再生能源的承諾給我留下了深刻的印象。

  • I was very excited to learn that you support your research department so strongly.

    得知你們研究部如此大力支持,我非常激動。

  • I read that you encourage employees to spend time with each other outside the workplace,

    我讀到你們鼓勵員工在工作以外的時間互相交流。

  • and that is something I really appreciate.

    這是我非常欣賞的東西。

  • Again, think about the answer to this question before your interview, and practice your responses

    再次,在面試前想一想這個問題的答案,並練習一下自己的應對方法

  • using recordings and repetition. Even if this question is not asked, the time spent practicing

    使用錄音和重複。即使不問這個問題,花在練習上的時間也是可以的。

  • the response will be helpful when you answer other questions during the interview.

    在面試中回答其他問題時,這些回答會很有幫助。

  • TK: What attracted you to our company? RS: To be honest, what really caught my eye

    TK:是什麼吸引你來到我們公司?RS:說實話,真正吸引我的是什麼?

  • was your focus on growth. I was really impressed with your ambitious goals and the clear plan

    是你對成長的關注。你的宏偉目標和清晰的計劃給我留下了深刻的印象。

  • you have for achieving those goals. I also like the support you provide for your employees.

    你有實現這些目標的能力。我也喜歡你們為員工提供的支持。

  • I love your continuing education initiatives, where you pay for employees to educate themselves

    我喜歡你們的繼續教育舉措,你們花錢讓員工自我教育。

  • in new techniques and skill sets. I think that really helps to build employee satisfaction

    在新的技術和技能組合中,我認為這確實有助於建立員工的滿意度。我認為這真的有助於建立員工的滿意度

  • and loyalty. TK: Youve obviously done your homework.

    和忠誠度。TKYou've obviously done your homework.

  • What would you say is your greatest strength?

    你說你最大的優勢是什麼?

  • Common Question: What would you say is your greatest strength? This question gives you

    常見的問題。你會說你最大的優勢是什麼?這個問題給你

  • the chance to talk about what you do really well as an employee, and as a person. You

    有機會談論你作為一個員工和一個人的真正優勢。你

  • can share what your greatest strength is, then explain how that helps you in your current

    可以分享一下你最大的優勢是什麼,然後解釋一下它如何幫助你在你目前的

  • job or life. For example:

    工作或生活。例如:

  • My greatest strength is _________. I find that this is very important when I _______.

    我最大的優勢是________。我發現這一點在我______的時候非常重要。

  • My greatest strength is flexibility. I find that this is very important when I’m working

    我最大的優勢是靈活性。我發現這一點在我工作時非常重要。

  • with lots of different people and opinions.

    有很多不同的人和意見。

  • To practice answering this question, write down: My greatest strength is (blank). Then,

    要練習回答這個問題,請寫下來。我最大的優勢是(空白)。然後:

  • fill in your strength. Write down how this strength is demonstrated in your life and

    填上你的力量。寫下這種力量在你的生活中是如何體現的,以及

  • work. You may come up with several different strengths you want to highlight. That’s

    的工作。你可能會想到幾個不同的優勢,你想突出。這就是

  • great, practice them all. But in the interview, youll only want to use one or two answers.

    很好,全部練習。但在面試中,你只想用一兩個答案。

  • Practice answering the questions out loud, based on what you wrote down. But don’t

    根據自己寫下的內容,大聲練習回答問題。但不要

  • just memorize written text. Practice speaking freely on these ideas.

    只是背誦書面文字。練習就這些觀點自由發言。

  • TK: What would you say is your greatest strength? RS: I would say, my greatest strength is a

    TK:你會說你最大的優勢是什麼?RS:我想說,我最大的優勢是有一個

  • combination of enthusiasm and persistence. My work ethic won’t let me settle for less

    熱情與堅持的結合。我的職業道德不會讓我滿足於較低的水準

  • than my best. I’m able to persevere through challenges and setbacks without falling into

    比我最好的狀態。我能夠在挑戰和挫折中堅持不懈,不陷入

  • frustration or anger. I’ve noticed that this tends to keep those around me in good

    沮喪或憤怒。我注意到,這往往會讓我身邊的人保持良好的狀態。

  • spirits as well, which is a plus. TK: That’s very good.

    烈酒,這也是一個優點。TK:That's very good.

  • To be continued! Well pick it up from here in the next video in this series, where well

    待續!我們將從這裡開始,在本系列的下一個視頻中,我們將

  • talk about some questions that could be tough to answer. Talking about setbacks and challenges

    談談一些可能很難回答的問題。談到挫折和挑戰

  • at work.

    在工作中。

  • I hope this video on job interviews has been helpful. There’s nothing better than walking

    希望這段關於求職面試的視頻對大家有所幫助。沒有什麼比走

  • out of an interview feeling that you were fully prepared!

    面試結束後,感覺自己已經做好了充分的準備!

  • If you have interview-related questions or stories, please post them in the comments

    如果你有與面試相關的問題或故事,請在評論中發表。

  • below. I’d love to hear them.

    下面。我想聽聽他們的意見。

  • Are you signed up for my mailing list? If so, you get a free weekly email in your inbox

    你是否已經註冊了我的郵件列表?如果是的話,你會在你的收件箱裡收到一封每週免費的電子郵件。

  • with English videos and lessons, as well stories of American culture and my own life. Click

    有英語視頻和課程,以及美國文化和我自己的生活故事。點擊

  • here or in the description to sign up.

    在這裡或描述中註冊。

  • That’s it, and thanks so much for using Rachel’s English.

    就這樣,非常感謝你使用瑞秋英語。

Youre hired! Two words everyone loves to hear. But before we hear those words comes

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