Job interview facts
Before The Interview.
During The Interview
After the interview
5 most Common Interview Questions: How to Answer Them
Now, this isn't an open invitation to tell your interviewer your whole life story. No, this is a perfect time to tell them your skills and experiences you've picked up from past jobs, clubs, organizations, etc. Make sure your answer is tailored so it's exactly what your interviewer wants to hear and to persuade them on the set reason on why you're the perfect candidate for this position.
Question Two: Why are you interested in working for this company?
This isn't a trick question people. This question is basically asking whether or not you did your research on their company. Flatter them. Tell them every little thing that you like about their company and why. Tell them you admire what they do.
Question Three: Do you have any questions for me?
Ask. Questions. Always ask questions. This will make you seem more interested in the job you're being interviewed for. Ask questions like, "When can I start?" or "What does a regular day look like here?" or anything that your interviewer hasn't already covered.
Question Four: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
There is no right or wrong answer to this question. But, keep it simple. Tell them your life ambitions, your goals, etc. Maybe even tell them you see yourself working and still improving at their company to flatter them even more.
Question Five: Describe your best/worse boss.
Believe me, this isn't the time to bash your old bosses/boss. You can save that for your friends. But this is the perfect time to yet again, flatter them. Tell them little about your best boss but just enough to make sure you don't seem too fishy or you don't seem like you miss them. Tell them things about your worse boss that this new employer hasn't portrayed yet. This question might also be one of those hidden questions. This question really means, "I only want to know about your worse/best past bosses so I'm not like them and you will stay. *creepy smile*"
Dressing for the Interview.
Women: Wear a preferably neutral colored shirt (just nothing too loud but whatever works/matches will be fine), with either a blazer or a cardigan over it. For pants you can wear black dress pants or a skirt. If you go the skirt route, make sure it's appropriate. Meaning, wear something that if you drop your pen you can actually bend down to get it without semi-mooning people. A dress would also be fabulous.
Men: Y'all have it easy. Same rules apply, nothing too loud or under-dressed. A suit would be nice but you don't have to wear one. If not, just wear a button up shirt and matching dress pants. No biggie.