Fact: few things are more uncomfortable than a bad interview.
You have to sell yourself to a potential employer.
While you’re stuck in a room with your interviewer, it’s your chance to show your charisma, your experience, and your ability to adapt to the culture of the company. But, it doesn’t have to be terrifying. Here’s a few quick (but important!) things to remember on your big day to guarantee you’ll walk out with a smile.
1. Practice makes perfect!
Prepare in advance by researching a variety of interview questions. Jot down your responses. Highlight specific areas you want to emphasize, like your strengths, key skills, how you can contribute to the company or how you would handle a situation. Don’t forget credibility. Always provide examples or experience to support your answers.
Practice in front of the mirror (cliché, but helpful!), in front of friends or family, or even…
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