The interview can be intimidating, staggering, and guessing every word that comes out of your mouth. But the interview, obviously, you can’t avoid if you don’t want to be unemployed forever. It may be difficult to understand where to start when you prepare for the interview. The current overly confident in itself and provided that you do not need to prepare, it is one of the biggest mistakes you can make. Yeah, with practice and time, you’d better answer questions and think on the spot, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be prepared. This willingness will make you more confident and help you through difficult questions that are more difficult than you understand. Here are some tips that will help you prepare for the interview that will help you get your work done It may seem like a brainless, but it’s so important to the study of the organization you’re conducting the interview with. Even if it’s a company you’ve been tracking for years and years you know about a lot-more research is needed. Read “about us” and “work for us” their websites. This should give a good overview of the company’s history and what they’re looking for in the employees. If you know who asked you, perform a search to determine the common common things that you have. It also gives you the opportunity to demonstrate your research skills, the information you have discovered. The employers like to be ready because it shows that you care enough about the possibilities of carrying out your research. Carefully read the job description. Compare the skills they are looking for with what you want to offer. Even if your experience is not directly related to the item in the job description, provide examples in your reqier/education that are related to what they are looking for. Understanding how you’ve written what they’re looking for will help you better answer questions about the poll. In general, you can drop the key experience or history associated with the key skills they are looking for. Practical questions can be difficult, because you literally have no idea that the interviewer can ask you. However, even if you are not asked I use Google to look for general questions related to polls. They offer excellent examples of issues for specific jobs/industries. I think that the rehearsal in the mirror and I say my answers out loud helps me feel more confident in the interview Planning what you’re going to wear, and what you need to do before the actual interview, can reduce your stress a day. If you know the dress code in the work place, it will help you determine what to wear. If you don’t know, it’s always a safe bet. In fact, even if the office environment is everyday, you should always wear one level above that. For example, if your employees wear jeans and T-shirts, you should dress as a casual look and look. So, what do you bring in the interview? Most people now have copies of your résumé, but you will never be hurt so you have backup copies. You can also create a portfolio to show the examples of work. Or specify a reference list if they have been used to suppress them So you can talk about it, but you can At the beginning and give yourself some time to find an office so you won’t be late. While you’re sitting in the lobby waiting for your interview, be polite to the support staff. Make sure you have designed a good image of those who walk or work close to where you are waiting. Be confident, but not cocky. Smile, hard contact, hard handshakes, direct contacts, etc Make sure you are in the interview process and after it. Usually all the interns ask if you have any questions at the end to get better prepared. Perhaps you should ask what the company’s culture is, or what they were doing about what they were talking about. Ask them what they like about their work, or how your everyday life might look like this. If you have questions, you will be shown that you are interested in the role! (ALL) This is important for follow-up! (ALL) Send a brief and professional thanks to you by e-mail to your interlocutor and once again why you are interested in this work. After a week or two, you may want to take follow-up action to remind them of your interest and ask about next steps if they have made any decisions. Some people might notice that it’s annoying the interviewer, but in reality he highlights your interest in the role. The interview doesn’t have to be overwhelming, but it’s okay to be nervous. Actually, it’s kind of weird if you’re not even nervous at all. But to act with confidence when you walk through that door and make sure you follow these steps to follow the right interview to set yourself up for success!

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Lauren is a graduate of the Sheridan College, who now works in the marketing of social media … yes, she gets a salary in Tweet. When she does not live in social networks, she travels around the world and writes about it to her blog of travel