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It should be dark colour the colours that should be worn are Black, Charcoal Grey, Grey, Navt Blue, and blue, can be matching suit or skirt/ trousers & smart jacket. A smart over coat can be worn but it is nit always neccessary as the interviwee should be driven to the interview in style and comfort. A white shirt or a light grey or blue suit can be worn. Black broag smart flat style shoes should be worn. Black tights prefferably 40/50 deneer.

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The preparation for an interview for a national statistics office should only be a proffessional one. The interviewee should have successfully completed a proffessionl; interview, which can be with a video of. The proffessional interview skills should have been payed for by an employer or by the applicant

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I would believe that the working hours for the national statistics office are 8.00am-5.00 evening

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I believe that it would be inline with the government Policy like the Chancellor of the Exchequor

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Trying to cope with the many new instructions/schemes that emanated from the ONS management, most of which seemed totally unnecessary and perhaps more designed to further the careers of the senior management.

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Because you want to make a difference to UK Plc. You enjoy the flexibility to not have to use an alarm clock in the morning as most of the work you do starts after 10am, if you are a Field Interviewer

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It was alright, all about how you communicate with others

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