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10 Things you should not do during a job interview.

In this video the interviewee expressed that what he/she was doing and took notice of it and he acted appropriately to handle the problem.

10 Things You Should Not Do During A Job Interview

Don't DO!!!

The person being interviewed is standing on the desk of the interviewer, that's an easy way to cut the interview short and possibly lose a potential job. Simple: act right during an interview, and make the employer feel comfortable an not nervous during the interview.
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Don't DO!!!

Notice how the interviewee has his feet propped up on the desk of the interviewer, that shows the interviewer that you don't even have proper manners, and he's already asking how long is the interview going to take, when he could've just gotten there. Show appropriate behavior during an interview and act accordingly, you don't want the employer thinking you're off your rocker.
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Don't DO!!!

Notice how the interviewer is looking at the interviewee......that's not a face of enthusiasm in this interview. More than likely the interviewee has said something that didn't make sense or that the interviewer did not want to or need to hear. During an interview think about what you say before you say it, and see if it makes sense or not.
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Automobile Mechanic.

Description: Automobile Technician/Mechanic

Automobile Technician / Mechanic Job Purpose: Maintains service operations by inspecting and maintaining vehicles.

Automobile Technician / Mechanic Job Duties:

  • 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.
  • Maintains vehicle records by recording service and repairs.
  • Keeps shop equipment operating by following operating instructions; troubleshooting breakdowns; maintaining supplies; performing preventive maintenance; calling for repairs.
  • Contains costs by using warranty; evaluating service and parts options.
  • Keeps supplies ready by inventorying stock; placing orders; verifying receipt.
  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading technical publications.
  • Accomplishes maintenance and organization mission by completing related results as needed.

Skills/Qualifications: Lifting, Energy Level, Dependability, Persistence, Time Management, Attendance, Independence, Safety Management, Problem Solving, Dealing with Complexity, Analyzing Information

Salary-$42,000 a year( in GA) National average is $37,000/ 16.50-$20.15 per hour

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How a job interview is SUPPOSED to go and how it's NOT to go.

In this video, the interviewee exhibits very inappropriate behavior such as picking his nose and farting very loudly and also picking a fight with the employer. Obviously not how any job interview should go.
What you should/should not do at a job interview


When getting ready to greet the person who is considering you for a job: Shake their hand, that lets them know that you are respectful and have great manners, and that you present yourself accordingly.
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Be sure to listen to the person who is interviewing you, in this scenario below: the man on the far right seems as if he just asked a question and is waiting for a response, give a clear and straight to the point answer when the employer asks you any question.
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In this scenario below it seems that the interviewer has just been asked a question and is giving an appropriate response, be sure to ask questions on anything that you might be confused on, but don't ask too many questions.....you don't want the employer to feel as if they're the one being interviewed. Keep the questions short and simple, and don't ask too many.
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