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Thursday, October 14, 2010

How to prepare for interview?

 by candace123


For employers, the job interview has always been the most significant part of the selection process. This is where they can review certain areas in order to determine the best potential employee. Remember, the interview has the potential to make or break the deal. You must prepare for an interview when contacted and scheduled for one.


The best way to impress your potential employer is to demonstrate knowledge of the company. Nearly every company has its own website, thus making it easier for you to obtain knowledge about their history, beliefs, and goals, as well as responsibilities of various job positions. This knowledge can be applied during the interview process. Moreover, it will impress the interviewer.

The information mentioned above can also be used for asking questions. Your knowledge about the company will help you create a better first impression, and craft intelligent, job-related questions.


It is a well-known fact that practice makes perfect. Though it may be tough to do, or may seem silly, it is the best way to prepare for an interview. Look in the mirror and evaluate your facial expressions and body language. All you need to do is go over the interview questions and carry on with practicing these answers in front of the mirror. Do not forget that employers look for confidence and strength. The best way to prove that you are one of the most confident employees is to look the interviewer in the eye; but remember not to stare.

Author and Career Management Specialist, Candace Davies owner of Cando Career is dedicated to advancing job seekers' careers by providing strategic, achievement-orientated resumes and cover letters and proactive interview coaching. First impressions last! Candace is a Dual Certified Resume Writer and holds three interview and career coaching certifications. Operating via the Internet since May 2000. Visit her website for resume objective writing, help with resume writing and online resume writing, email or call toll-free 1 877 738-8052


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