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What's the best ways to act during a job interview?

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Kim’s Answer

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A company will often interview applicants back-to-back. Each interview may be allotted a certain amount of time, perhaps 45 minutes. To make the best use of that time, you will need to be prepared, and, be respectful of their time. That means, arrive a few minutes early. Be polite. Smile. Make eye contact. Shake hands. Try to not be nervous. You need to come across as honest and sincere, and interested. So try to be your genuine self. However, don't be overly talkative. Listen to the question being asked, quickly formulate your answer, and start talking. But, don't go with one-word answers either! For example: If they ask if you have reliable transportation, don't just say "yes." You could say something like, "yes, I have my own car, which I take good care of. But, should something happen, I have a neighbor who is home during the day, and he has offered to let me take his car or give me a ride." This answer shows that you have recognized there will sometimes be problems, and you have a backup plan in place. It is much stronger than simply a Yes!

The more interviews you do, the easier this will become!

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Rebecca’s Answer

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Job interviews can be stressful and nerve wracking, so try to make sure you are as prepared as possible! Companies and interviewers are usually impressed when they can tell that you have done your research and know a lot about the company. Make sure you know your resume well, and even though it can be difficult to talk about yourself, don't be shy and make sure you emphasize your strengths! Interviewers also love when you come prepared with questions. The chances are they will answer some of your questions naturally during the interview process, so come prepared with several. I always like asking about the day-to-day schedule of the position as well as how the interviewer themselves began working in their field or at the company specifically. Also ask some questions about the team and how you would be working with them. This shows a genuine interest in learning more about the company and the team.

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Richard’s Answer

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Calm, cool and collected. Try to be as professional as possible while also being yourself. You don't want to give off as fake or robotic.

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Jami’s Answer

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Make client trust you! First of all you need to study job description carefully and need to skim out what they want. Don't tell about you experiences in many field. Tell about most similar experience what they want. Lead interview yourself. You need to lead interview and make client trust about your experience and knowledge in short time. If you answer the question only, you may fall into passive condition and unable to pass interview mostly!

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Solmaira’s Answer

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  1. Know your resume very well. They can ask you about anything on there so be prepared to talk about anything that you have listed on there.
  2. Make sure you research the company very well and know what role you are applying for.
  3. Always be yourself! Interviewers always know when you aren't being genuine.


Thank you for the information, that was very helpful Kilulay D.
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