Job Interview the Monty Python Way

Over the years I have posted the odd Monty Python video, so as they have now launched there own video channel on YouTube called….wait for it….The Monty Python Channel I thought it was a great excuse to embed their interview video at Exchange and Mart, these days of course it would be eBay!!

Enjoy below the legally available video..


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    JobPlant is working with video production company VideoTile – ( VideoTile offer a professionally made personal video service for individuals as well as for corporations. One of the companies leading supporters is Coronation Street’s very own Ken Barlow (William Roache –

    This new and exciting website will be the first to host not just a well structured CV but also a personal on-line ‘Video Profile‘. The benefit to any candidate is the fact that they can be seen by companies before that first interview. Through their personal ‘Video Profile‘, candidates can tell the employer much more about themselves, allowing an employer to see how a candidate communicates, presents themselves, interacts and allows their personality to shine through. Let’s face it, we know when we meet someone if they are the person we’d like to work with. The personal video profile ‘IS’ the candidates first meeting with a potential employer.

    Video today is wildly used through web sites such as,, and The next generation will be utlising video not just for entertainment but also to find their next job. have recognised this and will be the ‘First’ in the recruitment industry to fully exploit the benefits of Video Profiling to find that perfect Job and Employee.

  2. hi this i s anil.Many people treat online job applications as if they were different from submitting hard copy applications. So they are much more relaxed about typing some details in, submitting it and then being surprised that they haven’t been shortlisted. But the truth is that online job applications should be viewed in the same way as any job application: so take them seriously and follow these tips to increase your chances.


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