are some Interview tips!
a unique and interesting person. The employer wants
to meet you.
Make sure you are right for the job. Don`t go for a
job in catering if you don`t know how to boil an egg.
Youve likely heard the expression: Dress for success.
Dress in the finest clothes that suit the type of work
for which you're applying. If you are going to an interview
for outdoor work, wear unworn, casual clothes.
office or professional positions, dress up conservatively.
Ask someone to help you select an outfit from your closet
or take a friend from the business world shopping with
you, if you're not up on the standards. Don`t go overboard
Arrive with at least 15 minutes to spare. This will
allow you to prepare any last details. (It also shows
how keen you are.)
If you have an opportunity to shake hands with the person
or persons doing the interview, give a firm, solid handshake.
Look the interviewer in the eye. You'll find benefit
in your ability to communicate, as you look people in
the eye more and more. Look directly at the interviewer
when you are answering questions.
Let your CV talk for you. Make it as interesting as
possible and don`t forget to include all interests and
hobbies they can say a lot about you. Be truthful.
Don't talk while the interviewer is reading your application
or CV. The interviewer can only do one thing at a time,
even though s/he's a boss.
Don`t slouch or fidget you will come across as lazy
Prepare yourself for questions that they might ask you
about the company. This will show them how committed
Ask questions, but make sure they are sensible ones,
not like, how long is the lunch break.
Don`t be afraid to make suggestions tell them any ideas
you have. This will show them how interested you are.
Remember they are human. Be open and honest. Don`t try
and be something you are not they will see straight
through any facade.
Demonstrate your communication skills by listening to
the question you are asked. Answer that specific question.
If you don't understand the question, ask the interviewer
for clarification. Smart people who get ahead have the
confidence to ask more questions than sulking people
who think they should understand all questions and know
If you are asked why you left your last job don`t go
into a story about how awful they where (even if you
were treat badly) tell them your talent was wasted and
that's why you are there.
Let them know how much of an asset you are to the company.
But only if you are.
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