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Job Interviews

Sample Interview 2- More effective Interview

In this example of a good job interview, the man does a good job of having nice posture, and eye contact with the interveiwer. His advanced vocabulary choice will also give him an edge compared to the other people who are interviewing for the same job.
Sample Interview 2-More effective interview

BAD JOB INTERVIEW!

In this video, the interviewee's first mistake is that he corrects the interviewer multiple times for her grammatical errors. He also provides no information about his previous occupations. Even after these mistake, he manages to get side tracked by an irrelevant story from his childhood.
BAD JOB INTERVIEW!

Interview Do's and Don'ts

Don't:
  • Rub the back of your head or neck. Even if you really do just have a cramp in your neck, these gestures make you look disinterested.
  • Rub or touch your nose. This suggests that you're not being completely honest, and it's gross.
  • Sit with your armed folded across your chest. You'll appear unfriendly and disengaged.
Do:
  • Sit up straight, and lean slightly forward in your chair. In addition to projecting interest and engagement in the interaction, aligning your body's position to that of the interviewer's shows admiration and agreement.
  • Show your enthusiasm by keeping an interested expression. Nod and make positive gestures in moderation to avoid looking like a bobblehead.
  • Establish a comfortable amount of personal space between you and the interviewer. Invading personal space (anything more than 20 inches) could make the interviewer feel uncomfortable and take the focus away from your conversation.

Job Description- Automobile Mechanic

Mechanic Job Duties/ Responsibilities:

  • Keeps equipment available for use by inspecting and testing vehicles; completing preventive maintenance such as, engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotation and changes, wheel balancing, replacing filters.
  • Maintains vehicle functional condition by listening to operator complaints; conducting inspections; repairing engine failures; repairing mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions; replacing parts and components; repairing body damage.
  • Verifies vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives; adjusting controls and systems.
  • Complies with state vehicle requirements by testing engine, safety, and combustion control standards.
  • Maintains vehicle appearance by cleaning, washing, and painting.
Skills/Qualifications: Lifting, Energy Level, Dependability, Persistence, Time Management, Attendance

Salary:

  • Low: $20,810
  • Medium: $36,610
  • High: $60,070