What Is a Preliminary Interview?

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A preliminary interview is an interview done to shortlist potential candidates, in order to cut selection costs, by allowing only eligible candidates to go through to the further stages in the selection process. Questions asked include one's age, level of education, training, experience and pay expectations.
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