Interview Facts and Help

Matt Wiederholt

Getting Ready

  • Get a good nights sleep, you need to be alert.
  • Practice questions by tailoring them to the job.
  • Find out what your interviewer's name is so you can meet each other without it being awkward because you don't know their name.
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Interview Skills - 9 things you MUST do before an interview!

During The Interview

  • Firm handshake, make eye contact, be friendly to everyone.
  • Sit still don't fidget or shake legs, fingers.
  • Ask them to clarify if you didn't understand what the interviewer said.
  • Make your responses thorough.
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Interview Dos and Don'ts

5 Common Interview Questions, and Tips

  • "Why should we hire you?" State why you are important to that company and may help them.
  • "What are your goals?" Show the interviewer that you want to work hard in the company and work your way up the ranks of the company over time.
  • "Tell me about yourself." Avoid personal things. Highlight your strengths.
  • "What is your greatest weakness?" Tell them a weakness but turn it into a positive, by showing how you will fix it.
  • "Why did you leave your last job?" Don't say you hated it or anything bad about it. State things the new company has that the old one didn't.
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08 common Interview question and answers - Job Interview Skills

After the interview

  • After the interview always sent a thank-you note or email to the interviewer.
  • Send a list of references to the company or interviewer.
  • Keep thinking and learning more about the company.
  • Find out when you will be contacted about the job.
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5 Things To Do After The Interview

How to Dress

  • Men - Wear a suit, make it a solid color. No jewelry and nothing extra that you do not need for the duration of the interview.
  • Women - Limited jewelry, light makeup, dress or suit, also nothing that you do not need.
  • For both bring a notepad and pencil.
How to Dress For Every Job Interview!

Interview Don'ts

  • Do not show up late. If you cant do it for an interview, it will show that you won't be able to make it to work on time.
  • Don't make any excuses, take responsibility.
  • Don't put false information on you resume if the employer finds out you won't get the job.
  • Don't chew gum or smoke prior to the interview.
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Interview Dos and Don'ts