TAILIEUCHUNG - Interview Mistakes To Avoid

The wrong move can cost you the job! You've worked hard to get to the interview stage. You passed the cover letter and resume screening even a few telephone interviews. Now its time for the face to face interview with the employer itself. Any number of items can go wrong but you have to be in control and must have confidence. Go into an interview with the feeling that you are going to impress them so much that they will have to make you an offer. | 13 Interview Mistakes To Avoid By Leslie Plotkin The wrong move can cost you the job You ve worked hard to get to the interview stage. You passed the cover letter and resume screening even a few telephone interviews. Now its time for the face to face interview with the employer itself. Any number of items can go wrong but you have to be in control and must have confidence. Go into an interview with the feeling that you are going to impress them so much that they will have to make you an offer. The interview is the most stressful part of the job hunt for many people because now they can t hide behind the cover letter and resume. The real face to face human connection between possible employer and job candidate takes place. But for starters if you simply follow these 13 tips below you are on your way to interviews with results. A big part of a successful interview is avoiding simple mistakes. Mistakes are deadly to the job seeker and easy to avoid if you are prepared. These are the most common interview mistakes - and their antidotes. 1. Arriving late. Get directions from the interviewer - or a map. Wear a watch and leave home early. If the worst happens and you can t make it on time call the interviewer and arrange to reschedule. 2. Dressing wrong. You make your greatest impact on the interviewer in the first 17 seconds - an impression you want to make powerfully positive. Dress right in a conservative suit subdued colors little jewelry but real gold or silver or pearls low heels polished and everything clean and neat. Hygiene includes combed hair brushed teeth deodorant and low-key scent. Check everything the night before again before walking out the door and once again in the restroom just before the interview. 3. Play zombie. OK you re nervous. But you can still smile right And make eye contact yes Sit up focus on the interviewer and start responding. Enthusiasm is what the interviewer wants to see. 4. No smoking no gum no drinking. This is all .

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