Job Interview Tips
It's not a tough job market out there today but we need to be smart enough in tackling the interviews to compete.
And getting the job you want requires more than just a killer resume. In other words, you can't just sell yourself on paper. You also have to be able to do it in person--in a face-to-face job interview.
Here are a few interview tips to help you make a great impression on the person who interviews you.
1 . Market your skills and related experience in the field that you are applying for. Be sure to do it in a way that is positive, but not ****y or aggressive.
2 . Research the company before your interview. It's a great way to know where you would fit into the organization. It also lets the employer know that you really want to be a part of the company.
3 . Prepare answers to common interview questions ahead of time, and practice saying them, so you aren't stumped during the interview.
4 . Dress for success, in the manner you would dress for the position you're seeking.
5 . Bring a list of your own questions with you in a folder with the company's name on it, so that you don't forget them. You should keep your extra resumes in there too.
6 . Be a good listener and focus. Some job seekers talk too much during interviews.
7 . Be prepared to describe your weaknesses as strengths.For example, saying that you are overenthusiastic about performing at your best.
8 . Make eye contact with your interviewer.
9 . Don't volunteer your personal opinions to your interviewer about any subjects unless you are asked.
10 . Try to establish a good rapport with your interviewer. Be casual but professional, and most importantly BEYOURSELF! Take the time to implement these interview tips before your next job hunt. It'll give you a leg upon your competition!
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