How to handle job interview

The world today is full of the unemployed graduates of Institutions that are yet to gain employment. It is also important for them to know the intricacies associated with getting a good job and how to relate with the interviewers while in the interview. This resource teaches the unemployed the intricacies associated with interviews and it also teaches you on how to relate in the interview process.

Job interview is a process designed to access the suitability of somebody or group of persons seeking fresh appointment, job and or higher post/promotion in an organization or company. Other words, the skills and experiences of the employee is put to questions and answers are preferred.

How to handle job interview - Tips

This is one of the essential ingredients employed by many organizations to achieve maximum productivity.

How to handle job interviews are:
a. do not crack jokes about people you are staying with during interview, it is not perceived professional and it will do you no favour in your career development.

b. practice your responses to the typical job interview questions and answer most employers ask.

c. think of actual examples you can use to describe your skills and experiences.

d.prepare an answer so that you are ready for the question.

e. try to relate what you know about the organization/ company when answering questions.

f. listening more and talk less during the time interview instructions are given.

g. write precisely and to the points when questions are put to you.

h. avoid much reading and deep thinking just before the time for interview.

i. maintain a positive eye contact with the interviewer throughout so that you will not shake but will be sure to dazzle a potential employer and leave the right impression.

j. make sure your interview attire is neat, tidy and appropriate.

k. be well equipped with all the interview materials well ahead of time.

l.during the job interview, try to relax and stay as calm as possible.

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