Interviewing

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In the job search process, job interviewing never seems to be easy, even when you have gone on more interviews than you can count. You are meeting new people, selling yourself and your skills. Here are job interview tips to help prepare you to interview effectively. Proper preparation will help alleviate some of the tension involved in job interviews.

Job Interview Tips

  • Practice
  • This is a good thing to do. You can practice answering some common interview questions employers ask. Pay attention to what/how you response to these questions. Think of real examples you can use to describe your skills.

  • Prepare
  • Prepare an answer for some questions, for example an answer to a common question such as "What do you know about our company?". Also knowing the interviewer's name it is a good idea, so you can use it during the job interview.

  • Get Ready
  • Make sure your interview clothing is neat, tidy and appropriate. You must always be ready, so bringing a nice portfolio with your resume, a pen and paper for note taking will be a good idea.

  • Be On Time
  • This is really important. Punctuality tells many things about people. On time means five minutes early at least. If it is possible, you can go to the place of the interview a day before it, this way you will know exactly where the office is and how long will take you to arrive there.

  • Stay Calm
  • Once in the interview you must stay calm, at least try to relax. If you maintain eye contact with the interviewer, it will show your self confidence. Listen to the entire question before you answer, and also pay attention, you will feel ashamed if you forget the question.

  • Show What You Know
  • When you are answering questions, show what you know about the company. At the moment of discussing your career accomplishments try to match them to what the company is looking for, this will be an opportunity to show to the interviewer why you can fit with the job position, perfectly.

Some Other General Job Interview Tips:
  • Do not chew gum during the job interview.
  • Have a good firm handshake.
  • Always look alert and interested during the interview
  • Before you sit down, you have to wait until they offer you a chair.
  • Remember to show a professional and adequate conduct, so in case something beyond your control occurs, show a sense of humor.
  • Through your replies, show the enthusiasm you have to get the job. An appropriate body language always will help.
  • Be so careful and wise at the moment to talk about salary. In many cases interviewers talk about this issue on the second interview. So before that, make sure what are your salary expectations.

Do you want to be ready for your job interview? If so visit websites with information about behavioral questions in job interviews, or the most common interview questions and answers. Reading the content, you will know the best way to response questions such as:

  • What is your greatest strength?
  • How would you describe yourself?
  • Do you take work home with you?
  • How do you handle stress and pressure?


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