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Job news7 Interview Tips That Will Help You Get Hired

You have your job interview scheduled—congratulations!Now it’s time to prepare. Follow these 7 interview tips to boost your chances and make a good impression: tip 1. Review the typical job interview questions.Review the typical job interview questions employers ask and practice your answers. Your responses should emphasize the skills that are most important to the employer and relevant to the position. Be sure to make a list of the requirements they have and match them to your experience.tip 2. Take your time to search the information about the company.Explore their website and find out as much as possible, so you are ready for the interview question, "What do you know about this company?" If this question is not asked, you should try to demonstrate what you know about the company on your own. tip 3. Be on time for the interview. On time means five to ten minutes early. If need be, drive to the interview location one day before, so you know exactly where you are going and how long it will take to get there. tip 4. Wearing the right clothes won’t get you the jobIf you're wondering how to dress, you're not alone. Wearing the right clothes won’t get you the job, but wearing the wrong clothes will sink any chances of impressing the interviewer. Dress professionally. Wear business attire appropriate for the position, while still making sure you feel comfortable. tip 5. There is nothing worse than lying in a job interview. Be prepared for the tough questions such as "Why did you leave your last job?" Your answers must be honest. If there were unpleasant situations, then it is worth considering in advance how to comment on them more accurately. tip 6. Prepare some questions to show your interest in this position . When asked if they have any questions, most candidates answer "No." Wrong answer. Prepare some questions to show your interest in this position . It also gives you the opportunity to find out if this is the right place for you. tip 7. Always follow up with a “Thank you”Always follow up with a “Thank you”note reiterating your interest in the position. You can also include any details you didn’t mention in the interview. Send interviewer a personal note via email within 24 hours after your meeting. Trust us, it is worth the extra effort.Good luck!

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