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"The Job Interview" is an observational series that takes viewers inside the interview room as real candidates are put through real interviews. The clothes that are worn, the words that are spoken and even the expression on their faces can create a line in the sand between failure and success. In the end, the grit and determination that candidates express can make or break it as only one of them will be extended an offer.

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A swim school is looking for a new assistant manager; candidates must demonstrate a keen understanding of swimming techniques, strong management abilities, and be excellent with children.
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A growing Chicago tech company hopes to find its new sales and marketing manager; candidates face questions on a wide range of topics, from Excel techniques to self-cloning.
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A Florida-based accounting firm is looking to hire a detail-oriented bookkeeper; candidates face deep-diving questions about their character and their closets.
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A California-based real estate investment firm is looking to hire a personal assistant for its demanding CEO; candidates attempt to balance the boss's overloaded calendar and divert phone calls he would rather avoid.
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A plastic surgery company is looking for a social media manager to help them stand out in Miami's competitive market; candidates must demonstrate a charismatic personality and strong knowledge of social media metrics.
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A Kauai-based real estate company seeks its newest sales agent; candidates must prove they know how to sell and remember their interviewers' names.
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Watershed Hospitality is a restaurant management group in Ann Arbor, Mich., looking for a catering and events sales manager; candidates are assessed based on their organizational skills, charisma, cold-calling abilities, values, and long-term goals.
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Woofie's provides pet care services, and it is looking for an experienced dog groomer to operate one of its mobile vans; candidates must be dog lovers who demonstrate a knowledge of canine breeds and health, and they must examine a real dog.
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A Burbank-based interior design firm is looking to hire a creative retail and marketing associate; candidates must prove they can create stylish merchandising displays and gracefully field angry phone calls.
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A residential cleaning company is seeking a new director of franchises; candidates must prove they have the ability to train and manage new franchisees and to run a lemonade stand.
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An up-and-coming wine label seeking a brand ambassador; candidates must demonstrate their sales strategies and explain their motivations.

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