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Do’s And Don’ts Of Job Interviewing

By Eric Civi

Getting a job interview can be exciting but also nerve-wracking. Making a good first impression can be difficult and the toughest thing about it is that you only really have a few minutes to prove yourself before you are either hired, or before you’re back at the first step again looking for a job.

Job Interview Dos:

You do want to make sure you dress professionally whenever you are going to visit the company. Your appearance actually gives the HR manager a message without you having to say a thing at all.

Always make certain to learn more about the company and its history. You will be surprised at how many interviews always get the question about what do you know about the company, and how these questions get badly answered.

Another simple thing you may want to do is show up to the job interview early.

Job Interview Don’ts:

Of course the main tip that’s given to anyone is to not show up late for an interview. If you do, you’ve more than likely not only just wiped out your chances of getting hired, but you also will have to prove yourself 10 times harder as to why you should get the job compared to the other candidates that arrived – on time.

Try not to act like you’re 100% perfect. Nobody is perfect and we’ve all made mistakes at some point in our lives.

Don’t eat anything that is going to leave a bad taste in your mouth. If you’re really in need of food, try something light such as french fries as they really don’t leave that much of a taste. Always double check on everything before leaving your house.

Don’t forget your resume and always bring a pen as you will probably need to sign some documents if you get hired.

Find out more about job interviews, resume writing and professional resume services on Employment911.com.

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Civi, Eric "Do’s And Don’ts Of Job Interviewing." Do’s And Don’ts Of Job Interviewing. 16 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 1 Aug 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/business/resumes-cover-letters/dos-and-donts-of-job-interviewing/>.

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Civi, E (2010, August 16). Do’s And Don’ts Of Job Interviewing. Retrieved August 1, 2014, from http://uberarticles.com/business/resumes-cover-letters/dos-and-donts-of-job-interviewing/

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