How To Nail Your Interview

Tips and Tricks for Getting the Job

What Should You Wear?

How you dress reflects the kind of person you are, so if you're dressed sloppy, the employer will think you are probably a sloppy person.If you are unsure what to wear, you should always go with the most conservative, professional option. Most experts agree it is better to be overdressed than dressed too casually.

Proper Interview Etiquette

Always arrive at least fifteen minutes early to an interview. Being late to an interview will lead the employer to think that you will have difficulty arriving on time to work. Body language is everything; good posture, eye contact, and a firm handshake all make you seem confident, so be sure to do them. Keep the interview positive and don't complain or make negative remarks about your past employers.

Questions You May Be Asked In An Interview

  • Why do you want this job?
  • What do you know about us?
  • What is your experience with this job?
  • Why did (are) you leaving your job?
  • Do you have any questions for me?

Questions On This Smore

  • What should you wear?
  • What are things I can do to show confidence.
  • When should you arrive to the interview?
  • What is a question you may be asked by an employer?
  • Should you complain about your employer?