Tips You Can Use to Own Your Next Job Interview
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Does the thought of even going to a job interview Don't Panic! Tips For Staying Calm At Your Next Job Interview Don't Panic! Tips For Staying Calm At Your Next Job Interview Read More terrify you? It’s understandable, because you really do need to be at your best if you want to land the job 34 Tips To Help You Ace Your Next Job Interview 34 Tips To Help You Ace Your Next Job Interview A job interview is terrifying. Your future success is literally riding on how well you impress this person (or group of people) sitting across from you at the table. Read More . But you don’t need to be too scared, because the infographic below from Headway Recruitment has some really useful tips to help you knock your next job interview out of the park.

Some of these tips might seem obvious on the surface, but you’d be amazed how easy it is to forget to smile and not fidget once the nerves of an interview set in. Just keep these quick tips in mind next time you’re trying for a new job, and you’ll find much more success.

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  1. Davyd
    November 10, 2017 at 1:14 am

    If an interviewer asks what kind of animal you would be, or what are your weaknesses, they are clearly an amateur at HR and I would avoid working for such an organisation.
    Just in case some dope does ask the animal question, here's the answer: "honey badger" Let them go figure (The honey badger is probably the most ferocious critter there is. It will destroy your car, you, your friends, food, luggage and all your camping gear, but looks so sweet).
    When they ask for weakness a) do not incriminate yourself, it is their job to find weaknesses: they can ask your referees, for example.
    So you answer: "a couple of challenges I'm working on right now, that would really add to my contribution to your company are...."

  2. jerry
    May 1, 2015 at 2:47 am

    a double emphasis of the point does work sometimes

  3. Lehlohonolo Ramphalile
    April 30, 2015 at 10:52 pm

    Smiling eases tension and shows the other person just how confident and courteous you are.
    I highly recommended it to myself and anyone who wishes to nail every similar challenge.

  4. mseiferth
    April 30, 2015 at 4:05 pm

    Maybe the writer is EMPHASIZING the point!

    Overall, this is good advice.

  5. rorubujow
    April 30, 2015 at 2:02 pm

    an awesome year old Dodge Grand Caravan Minivan by working parttime from a macbook air
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  6. CTownBOS
    April 30, 2015 at 1:24 pm

    I think the author should have done his homework and did some proofreading. How is it possible they missed the fact that in the last section the last two bullets (4 & 5) are identical with the exception of the icon?