Job interview process
by Zack Pokorney
Before the Interview
Get a good night's sleep before the interview- It'll help you be more aware or present during the interview
Practice Answering common question so you're no unprepared when they ask them.
During the interview
You should arrive at most 10 minutes early, you don't want to be too early, or they won't know what to do with you, and you don't want to be late because that'll leave a bad impression.
You should always bring a copy of your resume in case they don't have it.
One question you should ask during the interview is when you'll be notified of who's getting the job offer, so you're not unsure about it.
5 common interview questions and tips
You should answer this question honestly, but don't make it sound super bad, to the point where you won't get the job.
2. Why should we hire you
Give a particular skill that is good for the job, and express your knowledge or passion for the occupation you want
3. Why do you want to work here
Tell them what you know about the company, and tell them their good qualities
4. What are your goals
Mention some short time goals, and not just all long time goals
5. Why did you leave (Or why are you leaving) your job
Focus on the good parts of why you're leaving your job, don't trash talk them, and if you were laid off don't make it sound like it was because you were lazy.
After the interview
Also you should write them a letter after the interview and if you want to go above and beyond then you can even send them a gift.
How to dress
Women- Natural colored suit, with a shirt or slacks
Don't ask about the pay
Don't say you're lazy
Don't tell them you left your job because your boss was a jerk