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How To Impress In An Interview With 10 Easy Tips

HOW TO IMPRESS IN AN INTERVIEW with 10 easy tips Preperation Smart Dress Be Early Do as much research on both the company and the role before you enter the interview, once you're fully prepared, you have nothing to worry about! If you're the best person for the job, prove it and dress your best. Wear a full suit with a tie and smart shoes. If you turn up on time, great. If you turn up earlier than your set interview time, it shows the interviewer that you're super keen for the role. Phone Off Firm Handshake Smile Before you enter the interview, make sure your phone is switched off. It's looks really unprofessional if you get a text or phone call during. A firm handshake shows that you're both confident and capable, but don't overdo it, the last thing you want to do it cause your interviewer an injury! As soon as you meet your interviewer, give them a warm smile and give full eye contact. This way you'll make them feel comfort√°ble with you. Body Language Write Notes Curriculum Vitae Body language is essential during an interview. Sit up straight, nod whilst they're talking and always keep eye contact. AS soon as the interviewer recognises you aren't interested, it's difficult to win them back over. During the interview, write plenty of notes that you think might be useful. This also shows the interviewer that you're fully focused on what they're saying. Make sure your CV is up to date firstly, but also take a copy for yourself and the interviewer. Carry it in a professional looking case or cover, it shows pride in your work so far! Ask Questions It's essential that you ask questions at the end of the interview. Have at least 5 prepared, and any others that pop into your head at the end are also fine. Always keep the interviewer talking, the more questions you ask, the better it reflects on you. ARMSTRONG AJAPPOINTMENTS RECRUITMENT SPECIALISTS

How To Impress In An Interview With 10 Easy Tips

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Interviews are a lengthy process that can cause a lot of stress if you aren't prepared. But if you are, then you have nothing to worry about. Take a look at these 10 interview tips to ensure that you ...


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