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How to succeed in your job interview

Everyone will have an experience of job interview. Making a successful interview, you should prepare for the two courses: interviewing and the interview.

Interviewing

The primary purpose of an interview is to secure an offer. Before you interview, you are simply a candidate. Therefore, you need to prepare. Preparation is critical for the achievement of a successful interview. Understand the environment of the organization you wish to join, prior to your first interview. So you should research the corporate culture as thoroughly as possible. There are many research methods available to you: 1.Visit the Company’s Web Site; 2. Research Newspaper Articles; 3. Obtain Marketing Materials; 4. Network.

For example, many companies have established a presence on the World Wide Web (WWW). Typically, you can gain valuable information with respect to a company’s products and services, benefits, history, and values.

Know your background. Many interviewees actually read from their resume during an interview. Remember your responsibilities, achievements, and work history as possible as you can.

Additionally, bring multiple copies of your resume to the interview. Even if you have hand delivered your resume to the company, it is important to bring fresh copies with you to the interview. Never assume that the recruiter or hiring manager will dig it out before you arrive. Additionally, if you are asked to meet unscheduled company representatives, you will need a fresh copy for each person.

The Interview

Firstly, make a positive impression in the first minutes. When first meeting the interviewer, be friendly, be alert, and give a decent handshake. Make sure that you present yourself in a way that is comfortable to the interviewer. You and the interviewer must be on the same non-verbal page. If the interviewer speaks slowly and deliberately, do not rush your responses. If the interviewer leans forward to make a point, do not slouch as you respond.

Secondly, be clear and concise with your answers. Follow up the points you have made with relevant examples of your accomplishments. If you don’t know it, you can learn it. You will often be asked about skills that you have not yet developed. When these questions arise, discuss your ability to quickly acquire new skills and become productive; use examples.

Do not focus on money. You must ensure the amount is acceptable when the interviewer asks what salary you satisfy with. If you are asked about your reasons for leaving past and present positions, your answer should also never focus exclusively on money. You may give reasons such as developing new skills, increasing responsibilities, location, etc.

Always send a thank you letter, in the end. The letter should clearly outline your interest and your ability to succeed in the new position. It may also address any remaining open issues from the interview.

Chances are just for ones who have prepared, so do it and you will take it.



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