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You’ve done all the right things... You have spent hours combing over every detail on your resume. You have opened up your network, letting them know you are open to new opportunities. You have searched for jobs and applied online. Now you are waiting for that all-important call from the company of your dreams to invite you for an interview.
The phrase “attendance is a must” has become a very popular expression. All meetings are created for a purpose. It may be to inform or to solve a particular problem. Regardless of the reason for the gathering, you have been invited to such meetings or events because you are seen as an integral part of that solution. Attendance shows commitment. In school for instance, some students are very dedicated in attending all their classes. Perfect attendance usually leads to higher grades at the end of the academic year. The same goes for the workplace. For some employees, they seldom miss any workday unless they are sick or have other important priorities. Unlike our school years though, we do not receive a grade to define our success. Instead, at work, success is defined by our ability to meet our professional goals. Meetings and collaborating with our coworkers is a means to that end.
Job seeking may be a tedious task, but there are lots of job interview tips out there that may help you land that dream job. What I would like to share to you today are ways in dodging a job interview disaster. These are 5 important DON'TS in a job interview.
There are hundreds of information about job interview tips out there, especially when you Google it. But I have a few tips that will positively prepare your mind and get you that dream job. This applies to novice and expert applicants alike.
It is a well known fact that Job Interviews are stressful. People tend to get nervous because of the types of questions that can be asked or how one will react. The best way to take a Job Interview is to be relaxed, take your time to answer questions but most important of all, just be yourself.
Interviews are a form of research. It is the employer researching your qualifications for the job while gauging you with other applicants. Skills, experiences, and personality are vital factors weighed in this conversation that feels like it doesn’t because of anxiety bits getting in. On the other side, you as the job seeker can also research the employer. Get to know them better during this process.