The Job Interview

Jesse Benedict

Before The Interview

  • You should research the job you are looking to apply for.
  • Practice what you are going to say.
  • Learn and take the route to the business to get how long it will take.
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During The Interview

When you meet your future employer, you should smile, introduce yourself, and give a firm handshake. Things you should do to impress the employer is to act calm and collected and don't get distracted.
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Mistakes to avoid during a job interview - Job interview tips

After The Interview

Now that the hard part is over, it's time for the follow up. Email or call your employer with the next week to see if they have decided. If they haven't, ask them about how long it will take for them to decide. This will show your employer that you want to start the job.
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5 Common Interview Questions!

There are 5 common interview questions. The 1st is; "What is your greatest strength?". You should answer this truthfully. Don't make it sound like you bragging about it because that will lessen the employers opinion of you.

The 2nd is; "What is your greatest weakness?". Also answer this one truthfully but don't say anything that would affect their opinion on your capability to do the job. Provide an example on how you had to over come this and what you are doing to fix it.

3rd; "Why should we hire you?". This is a interesting question. You have to provide examples of your past achievements that will help the company. And no, being able to draw a hand turkey is NOT an achievement unless you're five.

4th; "When can you start?". Yikes tricky on. You need to provided accurate info but don't give specific times but just give a few days so that they don't think you're inflexible.

5th; "Why did you left your last job?". This is common for major companies but you should give a truthful answer. If you lie and they find out, (Because they will!), you will lose trust or worse LOSE YOUR JOB!!!