- TotnesJCP: Do your homework on the company and stay calm.
- SageStrategist: Prepare, prepare, prepare- research, rehearsal and refining one’s answers make for intelligent and meaningful dialogue that opens doors.
- jCupcake_Live: Look up something about the company you are applying to. That will impress them.
- CareerReform: Think about the interview from the employer’s perspective. You’ll have a lot better chance of connecting with them.
- Charity T: Be confident.
- Cindy M: Speak well. Do not say “um”.
- Stacie W: Look them in the eye & sit up straight!
- Tracy S: Leave the babies at home and dress professional.
- Iesha A: Dress for success.
- Destinii K: Don’t be late.
- Shavana P: Dress for success.
- Beth R: Do not lie.
- Richard R: Look your best!!
- Kayla T: Smile.
- Eric M: Be positive and confident.
- Rodney C: Don’t appear desperate. Don’t accept any offers on the spot, unless you don’t have any other interviews or possibilities coming up.
- Robert J: Take an index card, make a few notes-like questions you may want to ask, such as scheduling, goals, and anything you need to be reminded of.
- Lupe G: Make sure to have a knowledge of the company you’re going to be interview for. At the end of the interview they usually ask “Do you have any questions?” Make sure to be prepare to ask something about the company or the position that they have open so that way they know you’re interested and you did your research.
- Cheryl K: Always get there early and try not to plan anything too urgent after the interview. Oh, and relax.
- Kyra S: Be yourself!
- Mary G: Turn the tables… interview the interviewer!
- Jake P: Research the company! I was told by one person that I did not know anything about the company and that might have cost me the job!
- Darlene W: Be sure you look and talk like the job you are interviewing for! Make sure your resume reflects experience in that field.
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