Job Interview Process
Before the Interview
You should be well rested before the interview.
Clean your accounts a little, especially if there's anything demoralizing.
Study commonly asked interview questions, and practice your answers.
If there is anything about the company that you don't know, try to find out before the interview.
Drive to the place you'll be interviewed at, and find out the best path. This can help you show up on time, and even earlier than needed.
During the Interview
Dress appropriately for the interview. Whatever an average employee there would be wearing; try to wear something one step further.
Imagine the interview is a conversation. Conversations are much less stressful than interviews.
If you make a mistake in the interview, don't worry. Mistakes happen, and the interviewer wasn't expecting you to be perfect.
It'd be appropriate to show up earlier than planned, not too early, though.
Greet the interviewer with a firm handshake, making eye contact.
Don't talk about your personal life; highlight your strengths.
Why should we hire you?
Be specific. Tell them a few strengths that they'd be looking for.
What is your greatest strength?
Be specific. Have examples. Use one that they'll be looking for.
What is your greatest weakness?
Be honest. Make your weakness less of an importance to the business.
Why do you want to work here?
Be specific. Use your strengths to show you're a perfect fill for the part.
After the Interview
Say thank you, using their name. Remind them that you'd greatly appreciate the job.
"Thank You" Note
Send the interviewer an email later, saying thank you. Thank them for the interview.
Dress for the Interview
Long sleeved shirt
White, or matching with suit coat.
Long enough to be comfortable.
Debase your previous job.
Lose attention span.