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Difference Between American and Dutch Interview

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Tengo Tetrashvili

on 6 April 2017

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Transcript of Difference Between American and Dutch Interview

Difference Between American and Dutch Interview
American applicants, to Dutch eyes, oversell themselves. Their CVs are worded in
superlatives…during the interview they try to behave assertively, promising things they are very
unlikely to realize…Dutch applicants in American eyes undersell themselves. They write modest
and usually short CVs, counting on the interviewer to find out by asking how good they really
are…they are very careful not to be seen as braggarts and not to make promises they are not
absolutely sure they can fulfill. American interviewers know how to interpret American CVs and
interviews and they tend to discount the information provided. Dutch interviewers, accustomed to

American applicants' CVs are worded in superlatives
They behave assertively
They promise things they'll never realise
Duch applicants
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