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Handle that interview with Success! Here's how:

Handle that interview with Success! Here's how: The submission of your resume has secured you the interview for that job you want. You have outlined on paper the skills and aptitude they are looking for. Now they want to assess the real you. Preparing for the Interview Preparation for the successful job interview is very important and there are a number of things you need to consider to ensure you are prepared and relaxed. Get directions to the interview. Know who you will interview with and their titles. Know the dress code of the company. If you don't know, remember you can't overdress. Review the job description and how key points on it relate to your experiences. Research the company. Be confident but not arrogant. Remember, you are interviewing them as much as they are interviewing you. First impressions are made in the first 30 seconds and can take a lifetime to change. So make sure that your first impression is a good one. During the Interview Remember to smile. Make your eyes shine with excitement and look each interviewer…

Leave an impression, get the job without question: 3 Simple steps

Leave an impression, get the job without question: 3 Simple steps Interviews can be overwhelming and intimidating. Ensuring you leave a good impression is vital. Stand out at your next interview with these three (3) simple tips. Connect with your interviewer Ensure you connect with the interviewer. Asking thoughtful questions and telling meaningful stories both help to make certain you connect with your interviewer. Sitting quiet and answering only the questions asked does not highlight who you really are. Be proud of yourself and your accomplishments and don’t be afraid to show it. Be prepared It is important to understand what the employer is looking for. It is also equally important in understanding how your background intersects with the position you are applying for. Showing you have done your research on the positon and the hiring company is a great way to prove you are interested and willing to take an initiative. Employers are looking for candidates who will take the extra steps necessary to be prepared and follow through. Be yourself Last…

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