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Interview: the most important step in a jobs search in which the potential employee meets with potential employer, either online, over the phone or in person.
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Handling Tough Job Interviews: Be Prepared, Perform Well, Get the Job
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WorkBuzz Career Builder Employment Guide Top 10 Interview Questions
Advice
1. Do your homework! Find out what makes the company successful, what are their goals and expectations.
2. Practice possible questions with a group or with individual friends.
3. Dress for success! First impressions are vital, since they will set the tone for the whole process.
4. Shake the interviewer's hand firmly and confidently.
5. Keep your eye contact with a friendly smile and an air of confidence.
6. Be on time, your consideration will show your potential as an employee and your respect towards him or her.
7. Stay calm and friendly (don't be too friendly, keep it professional).
8. Be thorough in your answers but don't overwhelm the interviewer with details.
9. Thank the interviewer for his or her time and indicate you appreciate the time.
10. Follow up with a personalized thank you note (a handwritten note will leave a lasting impression)