Job Interview. Prepare for your interview. Calling your Interviewer. Do. Don’t. Be casual Be a mumbled speaker Be a comedian Be smart mouthed Be unwilling to contribute to the conversation. Be respectful Be cheerful Be intelligent Be serious Be informative Make eye contact.
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Prepare for your interview
Be a mumbled speaker
Be a comedian
Be smart mouthed
Be unwilling to contribute to the conversation
Get up late and have to hurry
Dress poorly (press your clothes)
Use too much cologne or perfume
Use to much makeup or jewelry
Dress like you already have the job. If you are interviewing for an office job wear what the office people wear. If you are interviewing for an outside job wear denim pants with no holes and a clean pressed shirt.
So tell me a little about yourself
Stand when the interviewer stands, this is your cue. Offer your hand for a handshake and tell them you appreciate the time they took for the interview. Let them know you want the job.
“I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.”
“I appreciate your time interviewing me, I am interested and really want to work for you.”
Look back as you exit. Smile and say good-bye to the receptionist/secretary. Remember you have a better chance to get the job if everyone likes you.
If you are offered the job and want it ask for a second interview to discuss particulars such as wages, benefits and hours.
If you do not want the job respectfully decline.
If you are not offered the job be kind and ask if there was anything that would have changed their mind. It may help you in the next interview. Also, do not burn bridges, you never know, if the person they hired does not work out they may call you instead.
It can be a great learning experience no matter the outcome.