The prospect of a job interview can be daunting, especially if you are out of work or haven't attended many job interviews previously. We have collated some useful advice from dealing with difficult questions yourself to what questions you can ask at a job interview, things to avoid and what to do afterwards.
One of the most important things you can do to give yourself the best chance of success is to prepare, physically and mentally, and to research both interview tips like those we have prepared and the company you will be interviewing for and the industry you will be working in if successful. It doesn't matter what level you are or what level of knowledge you have, preparation is key.
Making the right first impression
Research indicates that interviewers form an influential impression of a candidate within the first five seconds of the interview, find out how to prepare and how to present yourself on arrival and during your interview
Passing a job interview
From not chewing gum to looking alert and what not to talk about, some simple useful points to remember
10 things to avoid at a job interview
Never arrive late, stop the interview for a toilet break or bad mouth previous employers, find out about these definitely no's and
What questions to ask in an interview
Asking relevant questions shows interest and enthusiasm, have them written down ready and choose from our handy list
After the job interview
As hard as it might be if you think it didn't go too well it's important to review the interview in your own mind find out how you can do this and how to ask for feedback however negative it might be
25 Most Common Interview Questions
When it comes to interviews nowadays there are many different techniques companies use to assess an individual to see if they are right for the job
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