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Before a interview, you’d better have a full preparation. Once, a HR asked me “Do you think you are cut out for a manage” I didn’t expect this question and was too nervous to answer the question. Two days later, I was informed that I didn’t get the job. So you have to prepare to answer all kinds of questions and don’t be too nervous. If you are tense, try to think some happy things in your life.
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Before a interview, you’d better be fully prepared. have a full preparation. Once, an HR representative asked me,“Do you think you are cut out to be a manager? for a manage” I didn’t expect this question and was too nervous to answer the question it. Two days later, I was informed that I didn’t get the job. So you have to prepare to answer all kinds of questions and don’t not be too nervous. If you are tense, try to think of some happy things in your life
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Thank you. But why should I say "an" HR not "a" HR. HR is human resource. Right?
The rules of using "a" or "an" is in the pronunciation of the following word. If the following word begins with a vowel sound, use "an."

HR is pronounced "aych - are." It begins with a vowel sound.

In the business context, HR is an abbreviation for Human Resources. HR is usually the name of a department dealing with employees, their benefits, working conditions, and rights.

The phrase is: an HR representative, or a representative from the Human Resources department.