Job Interview Tips

Here are some interview tip to that will help you through the grueling job interview:

Job Interview Tip 1 : Always prepare yourself for any job interview

Prior to attending any interview, you should always prepare yourself physically and mentally to avoid any hiccups. You should be prepared to answer all interview questions calmly and spontaneously.

Job Interview Preparation Activities:

Prepare a list of your qualifications, experiences and personality and how these may help you sell yourself on the job you are applying for. If you are applying for a company which is look for go-getter salesman, you had better not project a timid and overcautious self-image in the interview room.

Research on the company. The more your know about the company the better. Visit the library, read trade magazines, newspapers, company brochures and reports that will bring you up to date with the company’s latest development.

Know your strengths. Write down on paper your skills and qualities and match it with the job description in the advertisement. Think how the company would benefit by choosing you, rather than another candidate.

Know your weaknesses. Good interviewers are trained well at finding weaknesses in a candidate. Be prepared to provide explanations to job interview questions that will turn things to your advantages.

Practice the interview questions with your friend or spouse. This will enable you to correct any costly mistake you do not wish to make during an a real job interview.

Job Interview Tip 2 : Keep a smiling face during job interview

Smiling does not only lighten up your day but also the person who sees you, in this case the interviewer. Who would not want to see a smiling and such a pleasant person? But be careful not to overdo it. Otherwise, it would look more like a pasted-on grin that would not look sincere.

Job Interview Tip 3 : Make eye contact when answering job interview questions

When talking to someone and still maintain eye contact, you will project yourself as confident. However, you should avoid non-stop staring as this will make the interviewer feel uneasy.

Job Interview Tip 4: Be positive during job interview session

Pepper your conversation with lots of positive words. In other words, avoid using negative words as much as possible. After all, interviewers are always looking people who talks positively.

Job Interview Tip 5 : Talk with enthusiasm when answering job interview questions

Show the interviewer your enthusiasm in the job you are applying for. Highlight your skills and experience and what benefits you would bring to the company.

Job Interview Tip 6 : Relax and enjoy the job interview

Relax yourself, especially your mind, when undergoing an interview. Imagine you are just updating an old friend on your current personal particulars and what you have been doing. Occasionally, mention about what you have achieved. You will feel less pressured and consequently you will have a free flow of ideas on how to express yourself and answer the interview questions confidently.

Beside the above job interview tip we have also included a small collection of words and phrases that you might want to consider using during interview sessions. The words are strong and positive. With the usage of the words from the wordlist , you may be able to leave a good impression in your interviewer’s mind.

Wishing you success in your next interview.

Arnab Ghosh

My name is Arnab Ghosh. I have been working as a Corporate professional for the past 19 years. After completing my graduation from City College {University of Calcutta}, I started my career with R.S.Software India, followed by Vedika Software Pvt.Ltd. Have worked with industry giants such as Convergys, Satyam Nipuna Services, Wipro BPO, Tata Teleservices Limited, Aircel, TaxiForSure, Brainware University among others. I am a certified trainer from Aircel Academy – Manager As a Coach & Trainer. I have also completed certifications from TBO Academy & Alison Education in the field of “Soft Skills“, the knowledge of which I apply to my students at my University regularly. I have also successfully completed “The Fundamentals of Digital Marketing” certification from Google and “Digital Marketing Course” from TBO Academy. I was awarded “Google Analytics for Beginners” certificate by Google after successfully completing their course. I have achieved CEFR level B2 (Upper Intermediate) in a test of English proficiency from the British Council English Score. I am a bundle of drive, energy, commitment, and dedication and firmly believe in living my life in my own terms, be it working my heart out to achieve business targets or enjoying my spare time doing things that give me joy and feelings of contentment. My hobbies include reading books & listening to music and blogging. I sincerely believe that one should never lose focus in life and that one has to put in a lot of hard work & effort to reach the top.

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