Some of us dread job interviews, without having any particular reason. After all, an interview is the best way to demonstrate to the employer that you are the ideal candidate for the offered position. All other forms of checking the employees, like questionnaires and tests, are not as effective and flexible as a job interview. This is your best opportunity to showcase your greatest traits and qualities.
In order for the job interview to be successful, you have to be prepared. Before going to the interview, research all of the available information about the company, its corporate policies, and its requirements for personnel. This will help you to understand what the interviewer is expecting from you. Also, you can prepare some questions for the interviewer that will show that you are interested in the company and in the positions it is offering. These questions may relate to the company as a whole (but only if the company is small and information on it is really hard to find), the organization of workflow, and the main objectives and achievements of the division of the company for which you are applying. You can ask about the reason why there is the open position, and ask the interviewer to specify the main duties.
[...] If the business suit is not your style, try to pick something comfortable and classy. Your task is to give the impression of being a serious, hard-working person, however excessive strictness in your clothing choice is not necessary. If you follow all of the aforementioned rules you have already nearly gotten your dream job. In case you don't end up getting the position, maybe it was not worth it? Don't let a rejection bring you down, just keep on trying. Every job interview is a great opportunity. [...]
[...] Preparing for a job interview Some of us dread job interviews, without having any particular reason. After all, an interview is the best way to demonstrate to the employer that you are the ideal candidate for the offered position. All other forms of checking the employees, like questionnaires and tests, are not as effective and flexible as a job interview. This is your best opportunity to showcase your greatest traits and qualities. In order for the job interview to be successful, you have to be prepared. [...]
[...] Try to think about the possible questions your interviewer might ask, and your answers to them. Most likely they will be about your work or education history and the information that is specified in your resume. The interviewer may also ask you about your expected earnings, so be prepared with an answer to this question. Do not try to impress the interviewer by selling yourself at a very cheap price, as it might demonstrate a low level of self-esteem. Even if the employer can't pay you the amount that you request, this will not necessarily mean failure; if the employer is impressed with you, he will simply offer you a lower rate of payment and if you accept a job with a "small" salary, nothing is forcing the employer to pay you more (assuming we are not talking about large companies, where the pay levels are usually standardized). [...]
[...] Although the wording of the question might allow for a long response, your answer should be sufficiently specific and concise. Try to reveal only constructive information. You can flesh out the story, starting with the phrase, "With your permission, I will discuss . " As a general rule, when an interviewer asks such a question he wants to hear about you as a specialist in relation to the position you are applying for. So tell him about your education and previous work experience. [...]
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