• Sit straight & look directly at the person's face (do not look them up & down). Pay attention & don't interrupt. Smile, but not too much. Don't joke around. Relax & try to speak intelligently without coming across as a "know it all". Find out more about the company before hand if applicable. My son is going on an interview so we were just bouncing ideas around yesterday.
  • Don't fart, and clean the mushrooms out from between your teeth.
  • I have gone on many interviews over the years and I am often offered the jobs for which I apply. The top feedback I get from employers is that they were impressed that I asked questions during the interview. What I always do is get familiar with the organization before I go in for the interview, and then I compile a list of 4-6 questions before going to the interview. Some of questions are general, but some are specific, and these questions show I have really thought about the job and am really interested in the organization. I usually ask questions after they have interviewed me and when we get to the point where they ask, "so, do you have any questions for us?" You can really learn a lot about a place (and whether or not you'd want to work for them) but asking some well thought out questions. I would also remind you that you are interviewing them as much as they are interviewing you. The point of interview is to really make sure that it's a good fit for them as well as for you. Good luck!
  • 1. Maintain eye contact. 2. Be honest with the questions they ask you. I have found that by telling them a few of your faults and explaining how you work through those faults, you gain some respect. 3. Speak clearly. If they can't understand what you are saying, why would they hire you?
  • What questions could I ask at an interview to work in a supermarket?
  • Be yourself to me it is just like dateing in a sense it is an interview and if you are not yourself you will not get hired. I can't act like someone I am not.I have allways been hired for every job I have ever put in for and wanted it. If they say they will call back I would tell them I want to know I will not be home wateing for you to call have have to move on if it isn't a hire.Because if they have others to interview that means they are not really intrested and they are wasteing your time. I had 3 of them like that in vegas and I told them I need to know now because I will not be at home looking at the phone to ring.Those were the only ones that I didnt get and I really didnt want.One was door to door sells for dildos and one was a cleaning job and the other was the beligio.
  • -relax -be yourself -be honest -don't be afraid to make a joke to 'loosen' things up :) -be confident! (SMILE)
  • Prepare yourself for possible questions (there are sites online that can give you help) No ahhhs, ums or "like"s.
  • Above all else, be yourself.
  • tell them that you are you... if they don't hire you then that is their loss
  • look formal but not too formal. act like a responsible person. plus relax and be yourself! g'luck
  • dont stress out too much about it. be relaxed, optimistic, if they don't hire you then that is their loss. good luck! (if you're going for one soon lol)
  • Practice Practice answering interview questions and practice your responses to the typical job interview questions and answers most employers ask. Think of actual examples you can use to describe your skills. Providing evidence of your successes is a great way to promote your candidacy. Prepare Prepare a response so you are ready for the question "What do you know about our company. Know the interviewer's name and use it during the job interview. If you're not sure of the name, call and ask prior to the interview. Try to relate what you know about the company when answering questions. Get Ready Make sure your interview attire is neat, tidy and appropriate for the type of firm you are interviewing with. Bring a nice portfolio with copies of your resume. Include a pen and paper for note taking. Be On time Be on time for the interview. On time means five to ten minutes early. If need be, take some time to drive to the office ahead of time so you know exactly where you are going and how long it will take to get there. Stay Calm During the job interview try to relax and stay as calm possible. Take a moment to regroup. Maintain eye contact with the interviewer. Listen to the entire question before you answer and pay attention - you will be embarrassed if you forget the question! Show What Your Know Try to relate what you know about the company when answering questions. When discussing your career accomplishments match them to what the company is looking for. Follow Up Always follow-up with a thank you note reiterating your interest in the position. If you interview with multiple people send each one a thank you note.
  • Don`t ever show you are nervous, and be as relaxed as possible. And like the others say, just be yourself.
  • Do your homework on the company. If they have a web site it should be easy to find out were they started, were they are heading, and what their mission statement is. The trick is to make yourself sound like you came from the same place, and have the same goals, and with the same values that the company has. Good luck!
  • Look at the tips at Lots of great tips there about interviewing and being interviewed.
  • Be sober. Take a bath before you go. Wear nice clothes but not too stylish. Take a breath mint just before the interview. Short sweet replies to questions are best. Cover up your tatoos if any. Remove facial piercings and toung studs. Be relaxed but alert during the interview. Don't lie about anything. Don't joke. Clean and trim your fingernails. Don't overdo the perfume, colone, or body spray. Carry your papers neatly and properly organized in a quality profesional folder. Play up your job skills but not too much. Maintain eye contact with the person who gives the interview. Do not be "subservant", go in as a competent profesional who is the social equal of the interviewer.
  • Here are the section headers for this article on how to best present yourself at an interview *First impressions count *Listen Carefully and be responsive *Be Positive and Be Professional *Express interest at the close of the interview. This other article is about how you can wow the interviewer with things that you don't say. It outlines how important body language and other subtleties are.

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