First News on 570 for Monday, July 2nd, 2018

posted by Mark Starling - 

6:13- Bill Zimpfer- President Trump is already whittling down his list of Supreme Court nominees.  Who is on the list?   After taking on the EU, NATO and the Trans-Pacific Partnership, is OPEC now in his crosshairs?

7:13- Ray Stagich WX

7:43- Ticket Giveaway for Bites and Brews Food Truck and Beer Festival at the Asheville Outlets

8:13- GERMANY’S LEADERS ON THE ROPES 

Germany’s leader on the ropes: Angela Merkel’s interior minister gave her until Sunday to get a deal reducing immigration pressures on Germany or face a challenge to her leadership. Did she succeed?FOX News Radio’s SIMON OWEN

8:43- PRESIDENT TRUMP WEEKEND IN REVIEW: INTERVIEW WITH MARIA BARTIROMO  FOX News Radio’s JON DECKER

8:52- DON'T FALL FOR IT: 5 INTERVIEW QUESTIONS EMPLOYERS ASK TO TRIP YOU UP

Most people know what questions to expect when going into a job interview, but many employers are attempting to throw curveballs to trip interviewees up. Experts say that most questions are meant to tell if the company would be a good fit for you, but some can have a more nefarious purpose: to mess you up, confuse you, catch you in a lie or show that you are unprepared. "What's your dream job?" could seem like a standard question, but some may ask it to see if you are just reaching for any job you can get. Some employers may also be asking the run of the mill questions to see if you have taken the time to prepare for the interview. Since these questions are expected they want to make sure you have done your research and prepared for the interview. If you flub or stumble on your answers it may show that you haven't done the bare minimum of preparation. What other common questions can have a hidden meaning? How can you ace an interview?

Hiring Expert, BRAD PETERS

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