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    Hi,

    I have an interview with Hughes Bros construction company tomorrow for a labouring position.

    I was wondering if anyone had advice on interview questions and answers/tips for a labouring job?

    I've done a Bricklaying and Joinery course at college so I'm interested in this line of work but my brains just going :confused: at possible questions and answers as this is my first interview.

    Also they've asked for shirt and pants...I have a pair of Black pants..a White or Black shirt and a Pink and grey stripey tie, a plain White tie, A Black tie or a Red/blue tie and was wondering what you think would be the best combo for some one with blonde hair? I was thinking Full Black with the White or Pink/grey tie?

    any advice would be appreciated

    Thank you

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