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3 Tips to Rock Your Next Interview


The average person will have at least ten jobs before they are ready for retirement and factor that with the number of interviews a person will go through just to land one job, someone could average 20-40 interviews in their lifetime. Interviewing is a must for anyone looking to start a career or advance their career. Whether you are an interview pro just looking for new tips or someone who hates to interview, the following tips will help make your next interview successful and help you land your next job!


Dress to Impress

We are judged on two things when we interview, trustworthiness and respectability. Creating an image based on these two things will help you go far in the interview process. Dressing for an interview doesn’t have to require an expensive outfit, but it does mean selecting clothing, accessories, makeup, and a hairstyle that makes you command respect in your desired industry. Make sure your outfit fits, is wrinkle and stain-free, is modern, and is both age and profession appropriate. It’s better to be over dress than under dressed!


Come Prepared

When you show up for your interview, you should have a pen, portfolio, or notebook, questions to ask your interviewer and several copies of your resume to hand out. Most interviews will start with them, asking for a copy of your resume and then will begin the interview process. While you’re answering their questions, also jot down notes about things that they’ve said about the company or additional questions you may have to ask them. Not only will this be favorable in their eyes, if you are called in for a second interview, but you will also be able to review your notes before the second interview.


Conversation

The worst thing you can be at an interview is robotic. The best interviews are given and take style. As the interviewee, you should come prepared to discuss the company, the role you are applying for, your background, and the industry the role is in. Companies are looking to hire engaged employees who have taken the time to learn about the role they are applying for and the company ahead of time. If you are not very well prepared, the interview can be very one-sided. A more fluid conversation will allow both sides to participate while also being active listeners in the conversation.

Remember, getting an interview is a great accomplishment that you should be proud of. You need to make the most of the opportunity, and these three tips will help you be successful the next time you are interviewing.


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